The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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artillery swept 10 miles forward today ae-
front in Western Kore aIn the fise limited offa i
being thrown aut of North Koea.
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terms of Ca., n
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PAzIu. Jan. M (fl.>..aPnee

Ist controlled 1
-Including tti
Federation of
its mounting
the French a
In a decree ]
ficlal Journal
was announce
of the World F

Democratic Youth, auw dNr-
national Federas
cratic Women wed -Sdm. JU
ordered the orn Si W .
"liquidate" their property .n
I Oays.
The move was obvwbuil part
of the latest move In a drive to.
smash a potential filth oat ps In

OBHS Stumnt I*dy
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To March Of Dimas
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PA's AdvIrtilsI

M mper Rabld
bhe Della Vista apartment of
Mrs. iertrude medley. adverta-
r of the Paa
f5P al was broken thato ad
tmugatlsed yesterday duing
the daylight hours- probably
between 1:30 and Vp. m.
Jewelry and keepsakes were
teon from the ground floor
rtmnt in the building at
u Eat 47th Street, at the
of Federico Boyd Avenue,
a thief or thiews who re-
d pln from the binge of
back door.
locks which Mrs. Smed-
had had installed after b
tied to pry open the hasp
afternoon last month were
by yesterd's, h burglars
Mrs. Smedley was
of her most y aluale
onlyyesterday morn-
$be had placed It in a
r t box.
lt s clear however, to In-
rato that thi marauders
amateurs, as they care-
f selected the best piece
s a box of costume Jewey
St bureau drawer.
.tea. Smedley report the
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Boub Mimes Home Of
CWJt Rican Official *.
Ai J063, C. H., Jan. US (UP)
--A-M was thrown in front
Ue home of Malor Manuel
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a in-Chlef of C"sta Rimo's
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Illness Of England's B*e

Severe Blow To The Wo

LONDON. Jan. 36 (UP)- The
serious Uliness of Fore. Secret-
ary Irmst Bevin (latest reports
today said he was "holding his
own") eosu far more to Brit-
ain an to the world than just
the loss of a competent man
from a high Job. The blunt fact
is that Bevin. at 60, is the only
man with a village school educa-
tion and the experience as an
organlser who la capable of hold-
Ing Britain's Number Two Job
under pressures that come partl-
cularly fron within his own
party. .
I That's brought home by the
fact that Primp Minister Clement
Attlee has thought it necessary to
take over personally the active
direction of foreign affairs, add-
Ing that load to the tremendous
burden he already 'arres.
Bevit n i old an. long in
pet )aeath: If he recovers, he
*M- bh'out for weeks, perhaps
moths, an at a time when' in-
ational events are boiling. In
no other country wouid
time In replacing aim.
,bt. occupied a unique
LutRMWad= public life.
Wiston Churchill once called
him the ."Working Man's John
1 'MU" Be has the respect of the
ae iates. Be also has neld
er te Labor party on frr-
affairs, lecturing more ex-
a Back-benchers" like a
Ma tr. and steering
in a dlrectie n
h ow has worked
the United States,
time preserving
marks further Lhe
the old team that
rL U Stafford Cripps
uplhs job as Chancel-
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Attlee, and Deputy WrMis
bert Morrison.,
moderate bloc
bor Party
Now rising toward the
a group of "YoungTurl"4
ed by Aneurin Ban.i,
Just been appointed man
boss. That was the job DI-
In the coalition cabiLa
the war years. He wao Ut
Uon's acclaim for divertiM
000,000 men and women
roles most useful in the a
forces or in industry.
When Labor won the -
elections In 1945 Bevin
Job of Foreign.eCretary.
a man who had Wo(fl wth
unions for 20 year. er
was rough, and.his mula
tainly not elegant. 1e ram
the "Cold War" and thb
the Korean crisis as st
:rld tas spyFr as
But he even kept his party
ted. At the Labor Party's
Convention Bevin faced a p1
audience, owing to deterdi
relations with RusWa. -
them, "No man ha' t-
abuse from Vishlnsdky l
tov than I have, but I hab
they cannot hurt me. I haw
to work with them. I c
Joseph Stalin 9a 0-year ter
friendship. '
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them at the ere
morrow: Al we
that they are
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SRet To Cl i
Fifteen members of the
Nations staff visited
Airport briefly today a
Chile where-the Economic
BoMlal Council meets nuxt
The fifteen are fore
A croup of over 300
meet in the Chilean capi
They were pussen era
Pigra's El Interamercomp-
next' onth the first
Feb. 9 the airline wl
nxtra sections of the ,82-T
LC-1 planes south to C
Total of three extra seeUo
expected to carry the UN de
The meeting will be the first
of a principal agency of the Uni-
ted Nations in a South Anierlcl
country. ".

U. 8. State Department
Official Coming Here
Wilbert Chapman. aslaitaut
der secretary of State for g
Cited States, is leavIng Housto4
t hday by Pan iAmera A IW
tor atrf through CentaAusr#
loa. He will arrive here Web. 4 04
PAA's flight 504 from Costa ARie
He It scheduled to stop en route
from Houston as Salvador &W
San Jose.
Eight lap Lines
Propose N. Y. Service
Eight Japanese shipping lines
are waiting approval by the Ir-
ternational Freighterage Con-
ference for plans to approve four
liner services between Japan and
.few York, according to the Jan.
15 edition of the Pacific Shipper.
The West Coast weekly reports
that the proposed services would
be offered by the Nippon Ywen
Kaisha (NYK) in cooperation
with the Yanmasita Steamship
Line, the Mitsul Shipping Com-
pany, OSK Line. In cooperation
with the New Japan Steamship
Line. and a combined service by
Toho Maritime Transport. Nis-
san Steamship and Ilno Maritime
Transport Company, Ltd.
"Each service expects to be as-
sanned one sailing per month,"
Te Shipper reported.
U.S.S. Wolcott Arrives
From New Orleans
The U. S. Wolcott, 400-foot for-
mer Coast Guard cutter recently
acquired by the Canal, arrived at
1:30 a.m. today at Cristobal from
New Orleans where she was
taken over about two months ago
by a Canal crew,
She left the Island of La Pro-
vinola Wednesday after about a
month's trip from New Orleans
with stops at Tampa, Key West,
Belize and Puetto Castilla. She
will be stationed at Gamboa .

weits to hOW

About Thee lnmAser
Physial Fqmu!

rie--erewun to tell her how
imporntadoma eftasim is
to feminine /IlUiAess,
health, and ladtin Appi-
nessu in marriage. T4a her
weak, homiemeae inlxtures
such asW qt shd weter so
OTr and cu sOT give the
great ierrdt al n de-
odoras active of ZomTs
. i revolutionary prin-
ciple disov d by a fa.
mout Surge"on d hm-t
Caution her agalust the use
of oversntong olutlou of
harmful pelsous whlAh can
bum or seny irritate.
With ZoNrn the'a DO risk
of iajurw dMt tissues i
No other s liquid and.
septic for the douche of all
thou tasted is *s pow rm.
yet so $AF.
ZONmT heels gu agait
infection. It Uj at onew
all germs eeeset. -Use
as directed as ofm a neee-
eary; however, make a rias
ular habit of u al ittwo or
three tlmesa week wiA per.
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t house, Marga-
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at .UA station at 10:40
&.m. m at Mount Hope
by A tl 9 le members who wl
for transportation to
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ta to Mount Hope
e to W train No;
7. a 0-j4ves 4 p.m. will
also be funfthad. .
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Clubhouse cafeteria before the
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Team Games
Name Number Bowled
Cooper ....... 8 32
Detrick ....... 6 43
an .Hipson ...... 8 17
S a. Davis ....... 3 33
S Sexton ....... 6 33
a oo Behnay .. .... 8 28
Huff ......... 2 3
Cox .......... 4 33
Smith ........ 8 27
SmL JSheldon ...... 7 18
Nelson ....... 7 33
Boykin ....... 6 32
Thompson ... 8 31
.. Mudkowaky 7 31
i Cooper ....... 3 30
.. Kormylo ......5 3
Radakovich ... 4 30
Prehn ........ 6 30
.v Coleman ..... 6 13
G umulak .... 4 30
S Laac ...... 8 18
GE1worth .... 6 18
PJones ........ 5 36
Prelas ........ 8 20
S e Vice .......... 1" 33
Thompson .... 3 35
Townse ....... 7 34
Nell ........... 1 27
,:;j-, Pearson ...... 2 29
S-' 1" Dolon ....... 2 18
all, U ......... 1 27
LUwig ...... 4 24
ar.i Ba ......... 2 35
.,abinick ...... 6 22
S Farris ........ 1 36
ormley ..... 3 23
S Pacheco ...... 7 32
Menard ...... 2 33
Stephens ..... 4 33
Soy ........ 3 12
S Lewis ........ 7 20
Huner .......3 7
S Bailey ........ 5 31
' JopnstLon ..... 2 23
S- Crlmley ... 4 24
BUJlmyer ..... 1 30
S ... .... 5 15
;' rO ........... 4 6
Heath". ...... 5 23
Davidson ..... 1 12
Hix ......... 3 19
Chandler ..... 3 .12
*,*. Weaner ....... 1 12
SlhopDard, ..... 5 3
Allen ........ 5 16
Carswell ..1..7 y" 17-
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21 27
18 30

Bair--Bak Cate-283.
ooper--Ub OhIvoa-622.
luf all Average Handicap
50430 160 20
5329 1n 22
2819 165 23
5419 164 24
3408 163 24
4523 151 3
5735- 159 17
5182 1'57 28
4196 155 30
2805 155 30
5107 154 30
4933 151 32
4657 150 33
4608 148 34
4426 147 35
5268 146 36
439S 146 36
4159 145 36
1894 145 36
4371 145 36
2597 144 37
3593 144 37
5208 144 37
2880 144 37
47067 144 37
5056 144 37
4010 144 3?
3877 143 38
4161 143 38
2502 1i3 3
3512 141 39
3367 140 40
4927 140 40
3096 140 40
4957 137 43
3179 137 42
4393 137 42
4531 137 42
4495 186 42
1637 136 42-
2658 132 45
918 131 46
1077 131 46
3011 130 46
3130 130 46
3835 127 48
1899 126 49
752 125 50
2841 123 51
1464 122 52
2261 119 54
1408 117 57
1396 116 56
347 115 56
1237 114 57
A.50 -60
1821 107 60
5-6 7-8
Los ChIvo Loes Maestros
Los Vagon Long Shots

Team Standing.--Ja"&
Games Gamli
Teaum- Won T
Tron#iers .. 36
Amm-I-Dent 3. 8 1
Budwelser. .. 28 29
VFW Post 3822 27 30
Pabst. 27 3Q
Balboa Beer. 27 3s
Canada Dry. 22 36
Carta Vieja 25 32
Results of Games Jan. 24,
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eight Paddy T
duled ten-round sIluI
re Garden.
ks been installed the. Fe
it only yesterday be- r
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who frac-
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standings) time the rumor a '
SIAMM--DENT Oa been a ,tthe 1 4*i"th
Woner 158 140 161_t.." ; noW6 ii so.i 46,,
Lane .... 128 153 114,, 1 New i at third..
Studebaker. 147 151 1. bet mid_ ta ne
McConnell 133 17 bef t dIeso Yll sT of .
Handicap.. 152 151 n fIRond h.wl. 3- ,.o"B
Total 83 9 8088-2 ilu e m le P Sortugut
AL silver the t. play to

... ...l 12 1TROMMER3 10- 39. 0 11 ald lb adt B- -Pl () ..ti. "-c 6 1
Heidenreicha 179 137 1 8--11 hatb entaei I N ay 6.o Sp,. 1:' ,
Treffinger 118 169 126---= 0P tin Illfiams 1n "
Orniat 224 168 133.- 1w of her n Oe J.
Lavalle 154 45 14 1g.t5 the fh);l
HTotal 15. 8 15 8 1 8-p pl-2551 S r a ls 1-M Sb; Corbln
e InteresUt 2- 1al Troons-
T ota ;78,8.lub expects. fa 4-001 .arl, b
Totl .... 957 9 3 2b gate of 040,- 5--NeI terLd, 2; Hansel,
BLBOA BEER p will offer ens a con- 7-Ate is Jt) Athos ': .. o :
Vale. ....1 102 138 150-- 390s"s andt be Paddyne 8-PanoleckL (o- fS te Is FlyeiBt;. ,"I 0- B """ .... .. .
Prithard. 132 134 11.- 8l54 tight eB enternlo 9-BNlav a TU '2 ed 'is. 10 m 5
knyder 147 138 100-am 4f--orts) R. 2" lf1t Whey .Arilty
South. 10 141 132-- 4 bJ B a of c6ro al n -Ec.Toit F. Roae M n ai nsena

nRelhart 135 164 1369--- 45018 o fFilts 01 Na 0 sa e O e
Handicap. 17 1 -76 176- 318 ne

Total 823. .. 880 8 -25521 -eilo .P p ros i t -e ". i "

(WonRollOffon Total Pns.) i 4tllno M. Hurley 110 Parse: $400 -t pa8eT- t erratic p18 hera.. Clle .... an I....., Dae, Kin i .
ANR,.,.aJos Rodriguez 110 Second ,,ee y e 'ter-wa Cupr'l," ^ai .) .... ,..i. ;Wil ," *'. *
CtADWADRM. errer 10 L-tot eeA who na. d one-tid !

Bryson 110 110 11--- 8 B.Moreno 120- 3-a6oquf) E. .a i ra toot-.rn.i p0Uldurranslb x i..... f, ... qi
honey. 139 1345 3- 461- ..- 3- o-eaiao) A. Ihps 0 hits, and a d three passes. As on Wade ...... .. 1

Hovan. .. 181 16 188---c510 I IN .m ,,e 64 Fn 4--Preati E. J. wbi..slm o wo EWiaS r eil .... .,0. 8 "
ve r 140 100 10e-- 4?5 .mP l Closei 1: 3 ,1S B"]) G"Nti-B5-4--(A n .T i,10 pitched Ioa nd gave up laek hase.. .. .. ..9.. 19e.1 S ..
Kelsey 14 140 162- 458ae of the Doubles 8-Mon Uharlos 8 F. Au 106 1tour runsh U npti y walkedlY
Totarraer 134 167 -179-4u6a0 n J..Bravo 117 9 -QAgradeToCueatl F. I 0e 108 t coblfu.tdth NA. VY

Handicap 135 135 135- 405E 1.Silvers LWm.aDanklas' ;We-

Si nhaFey ..145 13S 137- t41 4t ea Rose11, vh t- I
Totalenned 845 833 873-2 51 g~ h lp114 7th Rawe "I" 10e 1 111Ao1meemO 4:30 p.m.m fo th I "
MWon Roll Off on Total lus.) 3 ta no M. Hurley 114 Purse: IT0. i- PeOl Clo sfro-rratic-er.s. -
Handicap. 119 119 1319- 303 1-- i '10x One-Two a) To road. u.go. r .t m..
Sotahl .... 153 145 16 3--461- U-re.. o 11 3-- a ueoTrai) h R. Va e 1 b)Tn o-L o ftaIt-

enter. 10 144 I -- 4 0 ,himos 0oan -. amount Ce. Tuson 124 h n. w and ad 4e afit, d lo 'i" Ji
hoee8 16 1 6 1 188i- 510v -- Don 8 l -J. Avls 120* nes.owhome .

Larvener,15 0N- .4 r ,e 8 uen 1rtW6r E..V -In....iOde by4 d ie a i
Lender. 00 10s100-300O p itched four- and gave up mi Chan ft 143 142 138--426 -a Toe6 rba
HncpdRaft ouimaiw W' thndwalked
150 170 17470- 510, FumCh thlese".-m -A1:Athos .A" PNaties-- 1

1 14 --Cobrad er B. Puledo 113 Purse: 9 078 -Pool Closes: 5:40 ,taba -
Total 8o38 87137 121--8 w--high h. P rh,3p. 11 1--W leet R. Yas 10 T aw ;-) To d cInl ov m

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4---Mari7scalto E. 9C7 8nou- 114 3--Hera A. Pip 1p1 o60 s a n l o T M. ..
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Pool Coseso 2:55 p.m.

1. COBRADOR ............... B. Pulido


2. FRIGHT ................. J. Phillp 110

3. NEWJMINSTER ........... B. Moren

4. MARISCALITO ............ E. Gugnos

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Purse: $650.00

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3rd and 9th RACES
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Purse: 5600.00

1. AVENUE ROAD ........... J. Philps
2. BOLERO ...................... Bravo
3. THE DAUBER ............ B. Moreno

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Buck On Cise

Of DonMeade
MIAMI, 31*., fB. W(UP) -
The atoal Aashiatlon of State i
Ra e 0 _Ag W found up
the buck on tease.
Ithe na e formally.
adopted a peron.
barred (ram should apply
to local aAtho for rel tate-
ment. That w aw, l D ugOUp duck-
ed the possibility of Meade ask-
lag to haava hi .a4ohy license re-.
The cpub loors adopting
the relph 1 nepreent 24 states
8U-I aMfS*OlO, Cuba and Cs-
nada. T rile feads-"Eveli
person whose license is snivedl-
revoked or refused, must ap-
n U the commission taking that
action for reinstatement before
going to other states to request a
lcensea," .
The. commission then added
that all such ru are "advisory
*and I d1 beame cm
That e tion the
same as It was n Meade ait-.
ed the lorida Cownalmlon to -'
store his license last month. T7;
commission granted a "proba-
tionary licensetht the national
CLgroup rais m fum th5t
Meade Is ufl enslou. .she
37-year-old jockey ws susped:-
ed for 30 days in IM by the Me-
ulcap Comumlslm. for using ab
sive laMgage t a steward. At
the time, the Mexian Coimmll-
sion r0co0mmnded Mead neter
be issued a Icens aa 7=. Te
windup was. ar cow

Meade now must apply for a liI
cense before the New York Coft-
mission, which twnd him dow
right aCteW the e ls df


5, 16 S.nb tlvywXoold-lam,, is a
d aso rules one of th ht favorite
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dadtob t f the c tee wn. be
tff ovorW to eh state aom"

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or. T. TS Obaer of CIloa told
the convention the dop ng of
6"lning stead-
years. Thep rest-
thed t onM ,at)bg oatoffiold )
adiug chemists says only 51
horses out of some 43,000 tested
t~f hoed may signsof the

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bfter the dark I
battled furiously
20 minutes. It%
the specle rmeie
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Swtim Suits
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SArgyll Sox
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be out. Iw the
in L Wt I a ta tie for
sp sure
ow -3111"?, al need
I t t. stag In contenton for
Io tUte.
T.I I u Hughes will start on
p thejgn for the Tigers, and
toe tlhe an fireballer is "ready"
to n t his fourth Intersehool
I aybourne will do the
ch for the u11 do apd he
SlM a o the win
i I onto" Thls red'first
i ]ie artod helsouttomake
It a one. fal
tr. nf W rey Jack Love
will bead to take ovr.
Game tine is :00 m., and the
adm on ge s cents.
a ble artng eups are
-R tpqrt.2b

au7bvan. lb
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By Cmpeting f

A field f, about 80 #"fMatw offt i qlti
"1!t im Op lnfo Cfnsptenblph, 9 .14
Natmil oney. :-
DefenlM ICha mplsn i~l Psse, fre t
Kunes from IlywedI, Fl.; eand Poem's em |
MocMurray were the thme at Mstndig fevehitsj
the big one M tke lsthmu best started ea t on tihw
grind at the Posem6 Golf Club.
The field wa oby f tho.eo-. -
at in the history of the tonics- 116mm'. Kein
TevsW visiting amateurs ild my WR u -
Itzsnas mfad up the-tartlufs.

T-;ay'S round is of 18 hole
smi as tomorrow and then e
oid will beo narrowed down for
unday's final 36 holes.
one of features of today
and tomorrow will be the Joe
Kirkwood exhibitions, scheduled
to go on after the tournament
play in which Eirkwood himself
Is also taking part.'
Mo theiprses are already
on dapay at the ulab mad It
was annuomued that Ageo
W B.3 DoeeL, PA dobtribs o
the Duwil os14 W hav
offered alt eauel to
go to the wiMnn am nUMen.
up in both u oeeoeenld al d
amateur manks.
First prise for amateurs Is
mportman''a lot bucket donated
by PAN while the too pro. of
course, will plot up a cool 1,C00.
tnllfr (o' v .Sad
Monte o loeoftbll Leahue
Teams- Won- Lost PFet
ranama Id0o. 5 0 L01
Agenaes Steer.n 3 j
Opbrory HUdon 3 4 .383
Alema, Jr.... 1 4 .N
.-Ain1 Jr. became Omlphroy's
'51 Hudso tonin t la tot to a

Rrathwa, Imullod awe trbom

brought his total to thee.
the pack In te o Io run rg
with a thre-rn hawM o
In the fourth tal
been dolng a goodJob I tae b
but he had poor support in the

X I. if Alem didn't do too well at
nith, of the plate all day and al bopes
died ft Homer Welsh fled ou to
B.*. end the pbal e.
S Alemn., Jr. try to redeem
ourany, a, ft lilf when W meot Agendas
HaiWll ib IU40r t 90Srow. Phil ha been
Fabregl, lb having so trouble since his
Ost0a, Sb men fal:to lt hits in the clutch-
o, cf es andI a result they have lost
a1 fW Ifw t t gamos as Radio
ll, augments U lad at the expense
aylboune, p. aof Hudo and Aleman, Jr.

El Panarnmd

Announces the Opening of

eot l idWa Koo/

(9th /l)

TONIGHT at 7 p.m.

Dining... Dancing...

lsslefuPse al s
oawRstlo after th
hole., a epeoon or a
"Nethr, a fthlabUfbt
Another do: .

dark. I couldni ven m
had on." :.
Acthal._ tougt, nt- iht
It rautqm'! m msob east
a Suffer to h ..

M'otto infor t'f
It was S w Iyood sho

never the i bme hit.
tinthave tohe quot. ..u

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To a ste are attractionanU
vmon the i
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Sita Morrow, vocalist

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iALE:-'49 Buick Roadmaster
perfect condition, 9,-
miles, Dynotflow, radio, a real
W- ot you wHll seldrom. dupli-
$ 2,100. Duty Free. Starg.ilI,
anamo 2-0620, from 8 to 5.
','FR 'SALE --De Luxe 1940 Packard
SSedan, in perfect condition, suit-
able for Taxi or Limousine, looks
and runs like new. Miller, Qtrs.
"C" NAD. Tel. Navy 3663.
FOR SALE:-1950 Four Door Re-
nault, duty paid, excellent condi-
tion. Only cash transaction consid-
ered. No. 6 East, 49th Street,
apartment 2-A, Bella Visto. Tele-
.phone Panama 3-1684.

FOR SALE:-1950 Pontiac Sedon,
WSW. Radio, plastic covers, 7.000
miles, Balboa Fire Station, all day
Friday and Sunday, Swann.
FOR SALE:-1948 two door Pontiac
Streamliner., duty paold, two tone
green. Excellent condition. Only
cash transaction considered. No. 6
East, 49th Street, apartment 2-A,
.Bella Vista. Telephone Panama 3-
1935. Very good condition. Call
Dominguez, 2-0710, 3-2445, Pon-
FOR SALE:-1936 De Sato Sedan,
excellent condition, must be seen
to be appreciated, Dixon. 1417-D.
Carr Balboo. Phone 2-2719.

FOR SALE:--Packard Tudor Sedan,
1940, motor excellent condition,
tires good, radio. Call 83-3296
during duty hours.
FOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet 4-door
sedan, low mileage, new tires, ex-
cellent condition. Smoot & Hun-
nicutt. S. A., Colon.
FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet Sport
Coupe, very low mileage, excellent
condition, Call Frank Schorsch.
midt. Tel. Colpn 800.

f FOR SALE:- "Special" 19.49 Kai-
-s er, 4-door sedan, good condition,.
S.duty paid, only $995.00, the buy
of the week. Smoot & Hunnicutt
5.I S A. Phone Colon 800, 16th &
; odway.

Real Estate


) SALE: Two story building.
downstairs cement, upstairs boards,
1.000 M2. good condition, rea-
sonable price. In Via Bellsorlo
Porras, San Francisco de la Cale-
to No. 151. For information ap-
ply same hose downstairs.

FOR SALE:Son Jos6 farm all fenc-
ed and ready for poultry rising.
Good for shops, factory and mny
other business activities. 2od
house with rtedrooats, Ctty qfu
Many fruit trees in produetrbM.
Only 5 miles from Panama by
Transisthmlian Highway. Ver-m-
sonable price. See MARTINE,.
via Porras No. 58.


Boats & Motorp

FOR SALE: Outbo-ar'd ttor, new.
J1$50 Mercury 25 M./P. complete
boat hardware for outboard. 18
gross brass screws 1" number 8
SSubstantially under list. Inquire
Mr. Cox. Crisfobal Yocht Club.
SARGAJN. Speedboat. 15 feet long.
S Ford conversion and extra motor,.
Must sell. Take, It away faor $200.
Saturday or Sunday, Foger-
g Crist Ial Yacht Club.

.11^ Miscellaneous
Ik "RANTED:-Young lady or gentle-
1 i' '?ran seriously interested in four-
r, Handed piano-playing once a week.
Tel. 2-2214.
ANTED- -1-4 H.P. electric motor,
0 cycle. Telephone Balboa 2-
WANTED:-100 Shares of America
Sdnonce Corporation Panama For-
SProducts Co., S A.) $1.,500.-
4 1. H. Bennett, Tel. 3-0140,
279 Central Ave.


FOR SALE:-Gmy. gi% 9 tI oldt
fIl O 1ad 06 KW igI be
at Curiandu RIjinu CI :0
to 5:30.oatZcifl 8gt.

syle i lll d
Bsyayi tise
3mesjei 1:,11(
edjelalng imteemaq foel Need

FOR SALE;-Radio with cord play-
er, in cabinet, alecle Ironer, con-
sole, sewing mchine, vacuum
cleaner. 0556-A, Chagrea St., An-
FOR SALE:-Drill Pres Delta floor
model, new with various wbodwork-
ing accessories. House 752-C, Bal-

FOR SALE: Man's heavy winter
suit, two pairs of pants size 37,
heavy winter overcoat size 37.,
covert top coat size 3". Practically
new. Phone 5-468.

FOR SALE: Latherette lounge.
House 119, Apt. A, Jadwin Ave.
Gomboo. Tel. 6-177. v,
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse Refriger-
ator with freeze chest. 7 weeks old
save money by calling 4-106, Coa


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FOR SALE:-Leaving Monday. Phi-
lippine Rattan dining set, $100-
00; Square cocktail table $25.00;
2 round cocktail tables $12.50
each; 2 choirs $10.00 each. Sew-
ing machine with attachments,
Universal motor $90.00; Silver
Plate set 53 pieces $45.00; Golf
Clubs with extras $75.00. Xmas
tree ornaments. Black plastic top
table 30-42. Mirror 17 x 43.
Cooking utensils. Spices. Books. 2
small aquariums. Table lamps. 2
bowling balls. Radio, battery or
60 cycle $15.00. Stepladder. Hoas-
socks. Rug. Steel locker. Bath-
room fixtures. Soda bottle with 300
refills & ice crusher, $15.00. P1-
lows. Odds & Ends. 36' cabin crui-
ser with Dinghy and some spores.
House 359 Pan Canal, France Field
Area. Phone 37-88-717. Call
FOR SALE:-Refrigerotor (7 cu. ft
Westinghouse 2 Yrs. old., brand
new unit I $175.00; lamps, tables,
couch spread and 3 lace pillows;
rugs, ironing board, iron, lamps,
other numerous household articles.
Cheap. House 41-F, lighthouse
Road, Gatun. phone 5-383.


FOR RENT:-Air conditioned office
90 square meters, with PBX tele-
phone and janitor service -
acoustic ceiling and floor. Mortinz
Building, telephone 2-0610.


Looks like a million

frks on a dime




Vwinsom sense Cton Bsee JJH

boa 2.305. Exceptf

Philips B.mer
Bob__ amber
cottages; furnished, elt* I
frigerotion, modmerate ratW"I
Gamboo. 6-541 or 4*57, ;

Apartments K
MINTL Furnished two tsum
recently decorated. Contact qt
op premimses building 8061.
Telephone 1386. Colon.

FOR RENT:-Apartment fwor m
43rd Street East and Ave. ta
co. Call 3-0140.
FOR RENT-Apartments, 1 beAr
slttlngragm, diningroom, kH
both. at No. 20 Via Espafl,,- 5
De Castro No. 24, "B" AM
Phone 2-1616, Panama.
FOR RENT-Apartment of one &l
pnd one small bedroom, St0M
room, dihingroom, kitchen, bWh,5
44th Street East, Bella VistOr 4
De Castro No. 24, "B' Ave4
phone 2-1616, Panama.
FOR RENT: Completely furnt
two bedroom apartment,' "'_
46th and Colombia Street. CA
1844, from 6.- 8 p. m. .-

FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bd*
rooms, parlor, kitchen, both, S54&
Family of West Indian porenrite
preferred. Avenida 7a. and MAle-
con, El Coco. San Francisco 4& t
Colera. Telephone 3-3308, Wil-

TO SUBLET: Apartment for bo-
ahelor or couple, elegantly funleh-
ed gas stove, refrigerator, tleir
phone, etc. Kodak Building 98
Central Avenue, Apartment 14.
See Mr. DeSedas 12:30 p. rm. to
1:30 p. m. and from 7:00 p. tm.
to 7.30 p. m. *

OR RENT: Very cool furnished
house, 3 bedrooms, living-room,
diningroom, porch, patio, hot pa-
ter, price $225. Call 49 Siree
No. 30 or Tel. 3-1477 or 3-3444.
FOR RENT: Five room concrete
cottage, modern improvements,
completely furnished, in Arraijan
on Pan American highway 6 1-2
miles from Locona, sign at en-
trance. Johnson,.

FOR RENT.-First class large fur.
n.shed bedroom. kitchen privileges
if desired. Bella Vista, Mexico
Ave. 69, near 43rd St.
FOR RENT: Spociou' P'unish d-
room with balcony ond Wephone,
to honorable gentlemanr1 Tel. 8-


Thi Panama Canal invites proposals
for furnishing 100,000 BMFT Maria
Logs, 20,000 BMFT Cedro Espino
Logs. 30.000 BMFT Cedro Amorgo
Logs. 25.000 BMFT Amerillo. Logs,
and 30.000 BMFT AInmendro and'or
Guayacan Logs, under sealed bids
opening January 31, 1951. Invita-
tion 380 avoilablp at oficq 6f Su-
perintendent of Storehouses, Balboa,
telephone 2-2777.
The Panama Canal Invites proposals
for furnishing 8000 sq. ft. Tropical
Hardwood Plywood, from 1-4" to
3-4" thickness, under sealed bids
opening' January IlI 1951. Invita-
tion 381 available at office of Su-
perintendent of Sterehoises, Balboa,
telephone 2-2777.
OWN your own business. Raise chin-
chillas for fun & profit. Represen-
tative of Allied Fur Industries Inc.
Call Cristobol 3-2536.

FOR SALE:-36 Ft. Hull 1 1-2" Cy-
press planking, capper fastened.
Phone Cristobal 3-1413 af ter 7:00
p. mn. for appointment:

Help Woated
MAID WANTED:-Euglisk speaklbg
general housework. References re-
quired. Apply 0560.A Chogrbs St.
Ancon, after 4:30 p. m,

FOR SALE: Motorcycle, Mustang
with extras, used three months.
new condition. House 752-C, Bal-




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g a~g2-a03-lI to &V p.m.
TL 2-2451

IW i G s ilIt thi
MACLA8SjVt honke Resstant
Iro 1 CbW
e It wi"save you of your
Ironing time.
e Heat reflecting surface enables
g ou to finlah Kltwo Iron-
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dry, L* 1c i* ning.
e It willn last in f,.1
e Only $3.25, postpaid.
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Panama, 3. P,

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At Corozul NACl ub

Approximately 85 members of
the Canal Zone Girl Scout Coun-
ell from both sides of -thi Ith-
mus met for the second annual
meeting held at the N.C.O. Club,
CarozaLat 9 aim. Wednesday.
ias llsabeu M tS, Diroector
of Region 2 of New York City,
was the guest spear.
The following offfears and
Board Members were tlanimous-
ly elected for this year:*
President. Mrs. Saley aBill-
ton- Vice-PresidIt, Mrs. 3. U.
Mc6InnIs' Vice-President, Mrs.
Chtrles Whittaker Treasurer,
Mrs. D. Tate; Secretary, Mrs.
I. J. Frankel.

Board Members: The Mesdames
J. T. Browe of Clayton, Henry
ligeow at Frane K1OM V. 1K.
Neacamer of Balboa Robert lab-.
Ie of Crisatobal, Colin Lawson of
Crlstobal. J.-Wendell Oreene of
Balboa. R. Euper of Galboa, Iv-
erett Kimmel of Gamboa. John
Dovel of Cristobal, R.. Baertschy
of Cristobal, Earl Gerras of Bal-
boa. Nelson. W. Maser of Mar.
parta, Douglas Juastean of Bal-
Loa, D. Monagan of Curundu.
Mrs. A. C. Medluner and Mrs.
A. Bialkowski were-elected to the
Membership Nominating Com-
mittee. This Is a& rotating com-
mittee serving for a three-year
term of office. Other numbers of
this committee are: The Mes-
dames RIchard t. Co, Edward
MacVittle. C. Toanshend, A. C.
Oarllngton, P. L.'Cunningham,
and K.W. Vinton.

of Cristbal. -
Annual Faun ~awl Cmhm~ittee
reports were res api letab"
business brmae7d
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-6lred Waring
-AAmercan Favorites
--Date for Dancing
-The Owl's Nest
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50th street No. 30 (upstairs.),
FOR SALE:-25-Cycle, 9 cu. ft. re-
frigerator 119471 $125, porch-
screens, wicker furniture, bohnet-
te, misc. furniture, 1936 Ford, 25
cycle motor and ,polishing head.
House 307. Herrick Rd. BIlboa,
1482, evenings, after 4:30 and
all day Saturday and Sunday,
FOR SALE:-Furniture: 5 plec sec-
tional modern Ilvingorom set with
bleached mahogany frame, includ-
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ranch style, livingroom set with
removable Innerspring cushions,
suitable for patio, rustic dining
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used '4 burner stove. Early Amer.-
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FOR SALE: Two mahogany bed
frames, springs, Beauty Rest mat-
tresses, twin chests of drawers,
night table, wicker desk and chair,
two wicker arm chairs, 9 x 12
chinese fiber rug, Philco refriger-
ator, modern mold gas stove,
Emerson radio, book cases, mistel-
loneous articles. Excellent condi-
tIon. No 6 East, 59th street, apart-
ment 2-A, Bella Vista. Telephone
Panama 3-1684. Gall Friday and
(ORi ALL-.-. I Nwge refigerator, 2
door, 25 cycle, new unit, all
porcelain. $100.00. House 121-A
Sibert street, Gamboa. Tel. 6-107.
FOR SALE:;-One 7.5 cu. ft. Refri-
_Aerator, metal tw n bed frames.
House 863 Edwards Place, phone
2-1432, Balboa.

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S i IIIdI the Robert Montgomerys.
I '-" Their recent divorcethrewhim
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g eme rys' foraltre. It was Jut
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t ti L on choose.their own colors, but
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II CRISTOAL Y.M.C.A. HONORS oa, Mrs. Everett Ktmpil
.obal Mrs. Earle Gerrmas.
S Mr. and Mrs. Williams were the es"ts of honor at ooa, Mrs. Nelson Magner
the a&hal banquet of the Craistobal T.M.C.A. hem at the garia, Mrs. Douglas
Hotel Washington Wednesday evening Balboa, Mrs. R. 8. Btt
Mr. WilHamns, who retired recently as admeasuMl with cristobal. and Mrs. M. -,
the Panama Canal, has served with the Comnitie of Man- naghan of Curundu.
agement of the Y.M.C.A. for 25 years. He was nemented let-
tms of appreciation and congratulation from the New Tek The other Atlantic a0d4
Of.0ee of the organization and from the Balboa Commttee present were: Mrs. I
of Management, by Mr. Lesleigh Davis, Ezecutive Seertary rs Andrew Bleak.
of the Crstobal Branch. Ballkowsky, Mrs. Har i. n
Mr. Williams also received the gold key. emblematle o t Mrs. Earl Orr, Mrs. ;3 .
continuous voluntary service In the Y.M.C.A., which is pre- Havener Mrs. Robert Pah -
sented for outstanding contribution to the program and pur- I J ranked, Mrs. A H. R
pose of the organisation,. over a period of years. Mrs. Maurice Webb. Mrs.
Other recipients of awards, for W. Millspaugh, Mrs. Walter Zim- Gillis, IMrs. William LindS
volunteer service during the past merman. Mrs. Bert Tydeman, and Mrs. P. A. Volght. a
year were: Mrs. Margaret Auatla. Mrs. 0. 0. Thomas. Mrs. Floyd ita -- o'e
who as senior advisor to Lije McDermItt,- Mrs. Tracy White, Hospital oNmes..
Junior Hostess Group has giv-n Mrs. Sam Mauldin. Mrs. Howard Mr. Irl Sanders, Sr. of Gat
over 1000 hours of time; Miss Wood. Mrs.T. J. Gibson and Mrs Mr. Grady Owen of .
Eunice Hassan, Girl of the Year. Lee Nash. and Mrs. Walter Freaum
who among the Junior hostesses Mrs. John Hots assisted with Cristobal are patients Ii
denied more hours of service the serving. Hosphal.
than any other in the group: Dr. ri
R. R. Gregory, who conducted the Mrs. Walther Atridge or D.
"Java Club" every Sunday at the Introduced At Fort Davis u. ... |
.** ** Mrs. Fred Wroble, of the Coco The ladies of the 7,t, ,
The awards were made by Rev. Solo Naval Station introduced Battalion of Fort Davi -a
J. William L. Graham, pastor of Mrs. Edward Walthers to the their weekly afternoon
the' Gatun Union Church. ladies of the station at a monhug at the Officerslub wi tu
Mr. E. S. MacSparran chairman coffee at her residence Wedons- E. Hill as hostess. .
of the committee of management day. Lt. and Mrs. Walthers r- The prize winners for the
received reports on the finances rived Monday to be stationed on
and activities from W. Friz the Isthmus.
H uiphreys. Treasurer; E. R. Introduced to the honoree at
MabVittie, Building Chairman: .. this time were: Mrs. Charles B.
F. MeClelland, Activities SecreL- Farwell and her houseguest, Mrs. '
art and L H. Davis, IExecutive Neal B. Farwell, Mrs. C. B. Diehl,
Secretary. Mrs. J. W. Schwartz. Mrs. C. A. U V
Mr. Davis expressed his thanes Balay Mrs. E. L. Hamon, Ms. I I W
to the committee of managemcr.t Albert Davis, Mrs. L. J. DUCote., I .
during the past year. and an- Mrs E. B. Hensley, Mrs. W. N. BT EarKINE JOHNOw
nounced that the United Service Horick, Mrs. E. 0. Huldquist, Mrs. NBA Staff Corresponrat
Organization has been re-acil- A. M. Loy and Mrs. H. J. Thorn- / BSaff .orre-o .. r
vated, as of Jan. 11 by the requrnt ton.
of the President's Committee cl The hostees was assisted by HOLLYWOOD (NA) *- If t
Religion and Welfare in the Ar- Mrs. Hamon and Mrs. Davis. not supposed to have anything to
medoForces. do with the way marriage cerfm-
Those attending the banquet Mrs. Diers cates are being torn into c0 fetti
Included: Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Wil- Returns to Isthmus in Flickerville, U. 8. A. but I've
Hams, Mr. and Mrs. George .3. Mrs. Asta Diers arrived last latched on to an eyebl -ppoDi
Bennett, Captain and Mrs. Robert evening by plane from DeLand, fact about the slumber cou
S. Bertschy. Mr. Charles Chetn-r, Florida. She was met at the air- movie stars.
Mr., and Mrs. L. A. Davis, Rev. and port by Mrs. Valentine Diers of Their beds are getting smaller
Mrs. J. W. L. Graham, Dr. R. R. the Atlantic Side. and smaller.
Gregory, Miss Eunice Hassan, Mrs. Diers has resided in Florl- It's the economy axe descend-
Mrs. Margaret Austin. Mrs. da for the past five years and has Ing, kiddles.
George Holbrook. Mr. and Mrs. returned to make her home :n ..An Interior designer named
W. F. Humphrey, Chaplain W. !,. Panama City with her son MAir. Willis Lane slipped me the
McCracken. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Frank Diers. They will be at home portentous news.
McClelland Mr. and Mrs. E. S. at Via Bellsario Porras. a s rin' y coa t an orer for
MaoSparran. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. srngy, cozy leviathan in
MacVittle, Mr. E. H. Minty. Mr. Leaders Attend *dnths.
and Mrs. Jqhn Palmer, Mr. and Girl Scout Luncheon exert who I a tall soln i
Mrs. M. L. Piper. Mr. and Mi.4. A group of leaders and officers swatches when a movie quem
George D. Poole, Mrs. F. F. Ru.i.- from the Atlantic Side attended decides of" that plum-colored a
sell, Colonel and Mrs. Julius E the luncheon and meeting of the tin on her ottoman is revolts n
Slack. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B. Canal Zone Girl Scout Council e lowered his voice and tol4 e:
3teveTs, anq Judge and Mrs. E. at the Corozal N. C. 0. Club Wed- -"The day of the ma i bed
f. P. Tatelman. nesday. and the showpiece bed Is gone.
Mrs. Charles Whitaker. as The yachts and sunken bathtubs
Bon Voyage among the group, and as vice- will come later. Nobody ever
Coffee and Shower president of the Council presided starts with first things first in
Mrs. Henry Hotz, of Gatun, waws in the absence of the president, Hollywood. That's why beds are
hostess yesterday for a bon voy- Mrs. Everett Kimmell. getting in right In the middle."
age morning coffee and handker- During the meeting the follow- He looks for the nearest sleeve
chiej shower complimenting Mrs. Ing officers were elected: pres- to laugh up when spielers on
W. C. Gavin. Ident, Mrs. Stanley Hamilton, those guided tours of movie stars'
"The honoree wore a double 'r- vice-president, Mrs. 2. M. MoOln- homes read off the vital staLtis-
chid corsage sent by Mrs. Stan- nit; vice-president, Mrs. Charles ties about the swan-contoured
ford Skinner of Balboa. Mrs. ots.z Whitaker; Treasurer. Mrs. J. D. bed inside.
and Mrs. John Hots presented Tate; Secretary. Mrs. I. J. Frankel Willis knows that at that very
Mrs. Gavin an attractive lamp and Board members: Mrs. F. K. moment, some pesky business
with a porcelain replica of the Newcomer of Balboa Heights, Mrs. manager is opining that maybe
Tower at Old Panama as the bace, J. T. Brown of Fort Clayton. Mrs. the thing could be chopped up to
with the Individual handkerchiefs Henry Bigelow of France Field, save firewood money.
from the other ladies. Mrs. Robert Fahle of Cristobal, SERVANT PRODLE
The guests included: Mrs. Da- Mrs. Colin Lawson of Brazos EVANT PROBLM
vid Marshall, Mrs. B. B. Gryv, Heights. Mrs. J. Wendel Green .c b
Mrs Frank Moumblow, Mrs. L. ot Balboa. Mrs. R. Euper of Gam- hie chihorn-rsed his eyes warassly be.
shook his head woefully and ask- D
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Pacific Lodge No. '5, A. F. & A. M. By the time the upstairs maid
has finished tucking the silken l
TO A LETR sheets under the m atreu, he
Had I heard how business man-
ON INFANTILE PARA LYSIS agershave talked stars Into lop-
ON V I NiFt INILE IR T AiL SIS I ping off domestic help right ad
I left?
By Hollywood, said Willis, Is get-
ting back to box springs with four
Dr. Arcadlo Rodinche, Jr. il 'hen he first came to HoUy-.
Zwood as an ex-eng neer with a
MONDAY, January 29, 1950, at 8 p.m. flair for bending vormRions and
chartreuses to his will, the eoau-
Masonic Temple, No. I West 13th St., Panama City. olde ensaor, eat to to wdera
room and sink.
Henry 0. Deutsch Albert A. Steer h"You know,' mused wiats, "I
iWor.. r a bigger living rooI than Claud-
ette Colbert's in at least a year."
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NHe's glad the day of the movie
queen who h9iated on a market
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la GeneralAssemblyaoft Stom""lt

City, on Monday January 291h, 1951"A4. .:'- -
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In accordance with the By.LaoWS Of. floof. o .the ,-
(ompany this meetingS an not he lodge ftatten._]. to attend, r.,I

nber of stockholders are present or I r
resented by proxy, and at lest one- I
of the capital stock is rep seI. e.

ten4 this meeting SHOUU.LJIUt
THUIR. PROXIES 1. due time.

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W09 17% m.e play expresses its lanti-C.B .
dramac iP- t pro-entertainmentt 8
mualst .. theatre ha had an epidemic s.
a. .| i llasthave .arrived and m
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TiemeyW .. laygoers arj aoing their
ing. JuL t sMee showLare standee attractioM.lN..l
bss4 1W at postcard featuring the nudilul a r.
0 g A... Og. e anti drool... Dramatist Tenneese W -a -
served: 'We are all hunted by a truly awful sense o e a-
once. I have always had a particularly keen sense orth New
York cocktail parties." Gad, what a fancy wayt 0 describing
For the yappy song-title collection you can add: "I'm go
Live Till I Die"...TWlUu explains why the high flap .1 es't
r angels: They hope' to come up with a gu.h.t 4 .'
w" wIshgtted backers with 1.000% profits4... Peggy Lee's
ring v on of the ballad, "Where Are You?" Mil kea 6mucal
dream ..lli Palmer 'generates shelectricity on toeMy Wtout
a low- roek.. .Editors are pushovers for _wood space ratese.
One newsprint waster would have you believe Othatre g ry Peck
fainted w e movie-making-because of malitritf .Tlk
about scoops: The New York Times Topicker last week devoted a
column to the beauties of Spring.
S Fled Alien collected more laughs during his 10-Ma1 t1s e n2t-
's*ot with Jerry LesLter than on all of his own teev show. Cot-
-*o's aralys isby Geo. Frazieri of psychiatrists Is provocative. It
otes Judy Garland as saying she might have been better ad&ust-
If she hadn't tried analyvas... No wonder teevy cofts ae high.
.e ciggie sponsor ued a dozen performers just fora single con-
inre .. From the Feb. Silver Sree n mar. Elizabeth Taylor Is
jutful, world-famed, nineteen, very much in love and appuily
ar ried. Nice world, hmtgm." Nice world, hmffff., -
SPreviewe disclose another reason why the film Oliver Twist"
would pot be released. It's a geedee bore... Bette Davis has de-
Srvedlybeen winning this and that award for her actrlck in "All
ibout m ve" But Anne Baxter's pretending In that movie. also
rlte clttons. So here is the WW medal....Clap handel There's
literate' movie advert. The billboarding for "The Magnificent
[I ankee" describes Justice Holmes:" He was as proud as a lipper
Ilp, abty as brine, mellow as wine, much too big for worry, far
V g-m-nUt for hate"...The dialogue in Philip Barry's "Seoond
2reol-, shows the magic you can perform by knowing how
scramble the alphabet. One gazette devoted a half-page toI
voting its gems.. .Tme magw a musical by saing: "Its score
of the kind of music that audiences wils te on their way the theatre." That quip is old enough to rate social security.

Ij Movie cycles: A meller dealing with a killer who spreads pneu-
'onic plague has been followed by one concerning a criminal who
ma napox-carrier. There will be three films on B'way this
onth deano with submarines... Two B'way shows closed last
0 Week-end. Both of them were quick flops despite a maoritvy of
p. proven notices.. .Thie is how rugged things an: "Enemy of
;ie People" has Fredric March for its marquee-power and was
'lMluted by 50% of the critics. Even the raps were cushioned with
r for the performers. Despite which, It Is waging a tough
ifit for survival.,
.HBayes I "Victoria Regina" prove how entertainmm
a" P o Mqteiumna.," is a pti-top tinglar...Ngt even the
ruin the llting rhythm of 'The Ten-
a b* 8h note: Reviewer Dick Watts reports that,
Lftude Ra nE "Innever offstage j r T o mo
i" e t te two-and-w-half minutes. If you wanna bd
A mo star Informed an interviewer you can hold a.
S oby bes a good ood cook. Whib reminded us of Marlene
The biaste" a"The kitchen is the most overrated room

I Helen iyes In "Victoria Regina" proved how entertaining
Scan be when it's gifted with talent.. .Howard Hughes' "The
w" film has successfully challenged both the objections of.
i s 4 raps of reviewers. Variety reports it is among the
.t0. allime money-makers..."Born Yesterday" manages to
g and enlightening. Some of the things It says about
a between laughs are worth saving for a brainy day...
at Noon" is not the first big anti-Communist hit play.-
g nmreporterM noted, Remember Robert Sherwood's 'There
.... 4. NO fIght"-which bloated Russia's invasion of Finland?

I t' a .ks to the 5.600 of you for your 1I bills, which will send
t.-tpotket-slzed books to our troops overseas-In camps and-
', ilta. The publishers are giving the Runyon Fund 5c of each
2fr... Join the Juck-of-the-Month Clubl Don't stop sending
in Tell your. elighbors... Just mail your dollars to your ever
;A~ Arthur Oodfrey or W. Winchell. New York City, or U. S. A.
J aM lealtye In "Guys and Dolls" is the most rerefreshing new-
elbilr to hit B'way since Mary Martin scaled the heights by
itar "My Heart Belongs to Daddy"... Danny Thomas. tho
St funnier than most comics think they are. One reason:
gns tantil comes up with fresh material: His spoof on "8.
rf" concludes with: "There is nothing like this dame-she is
it ea wonderful guyl"l..Why Movieville continues turning
*Ot pra._ e fables: John Wayns. who has made a career of six.
rtmenanigunnlno is the 940 box-office champ. -Whatever
tp the Oov't threat to take a action against radio's

Top howl in the Sabbath Tim.s: Warner Bros. is producing a
fm based On TArkington's Penrod yarns. The original tale has a
dog named Duke. In the movie the pooch's name has been switch-
ed to Max... The early morning magpies on teevy kill lime and
then hand you the corpse.. Something should be done about the
2 vicious Juvenile hecklers who annoy stage performers In B'way
Movie houses.. :Oals modeling skimpy swim-suits on teevy give

Cp Aermen. I
Thanks again to the Greats of Bh Bulness who crowded
t Miami Beach Kennel Club with SDOOO for the Police and
Iven's Welfare Fund. which we eDIt'd after the broadcast...
A to Buddy Allen's expert backetagenmashlp and Jerry IAOVA)I
Datker's Cast of Characters. .As we said a losn time ago In salut-
M s themes wonderful people without whom benefits couldn't hap-
pen: It Is swell to be Important, but it is much more Important

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But certain w a.'t want
the ladies' socal s to go
unnoticed. TodQ '"~ ~went to
follow the girls J refully.
They are so b e other
We've known tr the last
5 years all over Uatln. To
meet the women, aU yo had to
do at exactly IO9 cn Jan. 17
was to walk up to A rtment 2
at 1323 No. Xn__TS Los An-
geles, and push oper the door.
You and your friend"ewere wel-
come to the solree of the '.Neigh-
borhood Women Poe Peace."
If you didn't have the address,
maybe you had a leaflet the
ladles gaily, but quietly, distri-
buted n the area and you
could have telephoned a Mrs.
Gosman at No. 2-5940. Her num-
ber was on the leaflet.
And do you know what else
was on the ladles' leaflet? An
editorial from a pro-Communist
thing, "The National Guardian,"
edited In part by some men I
helped expose In tbhi newspaper
business not too I t bak. That
editorial was one W4 the most
blatant lefty propaganda plugs
I've ever seen.
It said opera* that the
Chinese SovietS Armies
-"held their. ^ ,stayed
their jet fighter and CHA-
RITABLY wpertted the
Christmas roetrt ot 100,
000 U. S. soldiers from the
huddled Hungnas beach-
ead in North Eorn WITH-
then were th he oys dying
of snow allergO?
This leaflet goes -a to say that
Mr. Truman and Gen. MacAr-
thur "tried desperately all week-
end to silence and distort the
news of this signfloatnt act of
mercy on the part of peoples
whom we are ordered to regard
as 'enemy.'"
All this in the face of over
6 5.0 00 American casualties!
Neighborhood WomL For Peace,
my eye I t this l't pro-Soviet
Chinese propaganda, the Daily
Worker is the offfical newspaper
of my local club scout troop.
This is e=aetl t's hap.
pending right re mtl nation.
Everywhere thele6 t are set-
ting up this "p'oah eal" net-
work ome up and see our re-
freshments sometime. BUQld ten-
nW lobbies. Oet repenta-
ive on It from every block and
apartment house. Find Negroes
With sentmente, such as not
bml permitted in big m.unW -
ki anodprivate housing projets.
inon-Communist unions t
t your fronts., ven puAn o
er and better omb shelter
o pro this. have anothRi
"n umber for you --
GA INralso In "L A*^
dat. tor the easy grinn
tt, who has a sort of
CA smile. He's. o
era of the Los An'-,
central council. And1

J o unions are being bombw- literature I, dis-
"to members and 1evif-t
-tt Nled patriotic eOn(er-
.9i.aie being called for the
I, t &Mlo o f ourr at
i q rJlterature ansd '-0
|i ~ sof -M I the Red FS
Seeding hearts for the
to hi security of trade
I he condemn .the Taft-
[ Ac t,A scream for repeal
Si Me-Obmn (Red register)
__i5 ti of the other legs-
itfir[AF L is combating.,
pret Is only the baitt
W activity to repeal
-i tla-bor legislation, the
oin les call for resistnc
*glpt th. National Emergety
Iw aartloeU. In the namievof
efa. they call for refuSlo
S'eCsacrifices necessary to
reduction of war materials
l other preparations to meet
Ae plan military aggression
ot~e countries or th
U. a, 1 necessary. These new
frots are the same old story..
refuw to permit your union to
be at any so-called
'trade union oonference'..."

Ithff? Well, the interns-
Iri ss is such that
7dSI a bookkeepers ar
I bS..i It more dilficuht to

$3,090 a year. Origip-
t Oommle unlon offl-
o put $5 a week back
are up, you know. To-
has been jacked to $10
each, to be distributed
retlve" fronts.
it goes. The Merchants
ask us to be grateful
of the Chine
cc such m erO
e tatmsipef It's full of
g Red stuff.
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NUW TYO. There Is a pretty fable In the ed by the withdrawal of the foul toO marching,
Mardi ta year, the Mardi Ors being an and-ceowder clubs, For the mass of the Mardi
annul soial epflsy which eUes the city of Ora goes on, sacrificing only tour out of 17
NewO.rjas Just prior to the Lenten fats. It parade, aud 12 out of 64 balls. If the cause of
is a ft val common to many localities of pre- war were to be helped by elimination of a frolic.
dominan y Latin origin, and over moot of the p&artI.-withdrawal helps nothing or nobody. If
worldly called, simply, carnival, the eiau of war l to be damaged by the per-
Out of deference to the war, which Is not a mission of a festival, then a splinter secession
war, we are having a carnival In N'Awlins this does dt curtail the damage..
year w=ih Is not quite, but almost., a carnival. The etl ta o the Comuses and Rexes -seen
In-sotiar as fun, games, booze, crowds, parades, to me typical ot the way we bav been running
and dactUgs art concerned, It will be a car- our recent emergencies. We make the small,
nivaL il so far as one gesture Of lip service is left-han ed eeture to our troubled present, and
conoemnd it will not. call it Isuffitent or such a small war. We fight
This5ot of parallels our government. On the Chinese and can't bomb theIr basms, because war
one hi4 we Is, on the other we ain't, It is Is pitted to a certal prescribed area. We talk
merely a matter of how you choose your mood. economies and tightened belts and merely daly
New Orleans' Mardi Oras, for donko's years, &.;hreatL of privation and future wage-and-
has be dominated by high s aslety organza: i c We split hairs over draft ages.
ton TIe tube ot ex, Momau. Vowus and ,, when. what we need Is men. But the common
Proteua, all ben people by the blue bloods, purlut of daily business, daily politics romps
the way to h-4dies and the Snlo bal ,. -rrm on.
rut ovrth Ytyea' or, a n e ..thr tthe Madl sOr sa on not tof.
nival crews go organiC., tlejpe t, b,', 4. import" to a "ybdy. tsday but th.
tFlt a mite ue eat b i ex e rs I 5l eansa ma cata s. .ltnu e m o ff it.
lpatlonin k big doings, and Mardi Oras got There is today insufficnle t troop m to
to b eve sbusfness. I say buslze t I worry about extta stress on 1ranasporitltbo ?
msan business, Mardi Oram Is what bring mo- note accommodation. Te country wo.
Sir to town. Booze money, hotel mona, o anaqt be said to be at war. Nbody banned
taurant money. te nJew Year bowl gamie. Chrlstmu olida S
It is notable thil ason. t that B1 ,, z u ., wer,,not put off Umits official Wanton
Momus and Proteus- eSih d os iweS o L~t vn to shove off for about 10 days of egu-
emergency declaration b e DemoM ,j. nSa trWkey.
their carnival plans. oM isu being that u o. Untiour mobillatis mounts to a point
frivoity was inexcusalu e In tlmen.crsl. .ore. where travel proritle,. ggesoiee coupo a
basic reasons, such asn te datrro of, r n close communion with te ghtocr arw aenWeaw
costumes and parade flt r inn a W., plus ei 1 any proud protestationtf austerity i t Wngbt
rumored financial epmbarrsment by th oe err foolish. The governor -to now: has dertMaely
social bellwethers, were gleosed over. not been austere in Its. admInstration of e ser-
So the Comus-Schmomus boys bowed out, feel- I gncy. I admire the noblity of aia In te .dour
Inu real noble, as if they had added suddenly withdrawal by Rex, ComusW Potoeu ab Momus
to the bulwarking of MacArthur In Korea. from the Mardi GrasW, ut doubt Se much if
This is a gesture roughly as meanngless as It will greatly affect the outcome ot our atyll,-
much of the stuff you have closed from the ed conflict with the Chinee Re, R aaint wh
nation's capital lately. No real purpom IU nv- we are definitely not at war, except for killhi.

The Controv
By Peter E
EtA WaebiptoB
WASHINGTON, (NBA).-The uW ad "dOsC.
of President Truman's new $71 ilton budget
offer a chance for endless argument.
Sen. Harry F. Byrd of Virginia, one f the
leadid spokesman for ecofudfl, says this
bud' can be cut by $7 billion. W Vt's ore,
he ro lses to show 'em how before .very pany
deSdent Truman has had the BuIpdget reaI
prepare an eight-page tabulattit on om#e ISO
Items in which his requests .or neqt yr are

has received little attention because 1 )1*
length. Bait dsa indicate tha the President
or aombeodyk at about 40 per cent
of the budget items or indicated savings of
nearly $6 billion. These are the "downs" In the
They are dwarfed, however, by the "ups" In
the budget. These are the other 60 per cent of
the Items for which the President requests more
money than was approprited by the last Con-
gress. This Ia where Senator Byrd alms to do
cutt g.
These "ups" in the bud et total $24 b A.
The big item is $20.5 bln neeMe for mili-
tary appropriations. I It likely that CoUngess
will do any Cutting here.
MILITARY assistance for foreign Oountries
has been raised by Presdent ,Trman, from this
year's estimated expendlturee of to
around $5 billion for next 0ear, There to
some opposition to this lon hitp. bt8 t1
will probably go through .
Senator Byrd says he would like to cut b $I
Ilon out of foreign economic aaAsstalce funds.
Marshall Plan funds for thIt e year oamU"
lion. The amount requested for net a for
the time being concealed to reseets for totNW
military assistance. BRt It wi mot M Wq
be leso than $2 billion andmNet of that wV i
for military uses. So cetn tiat sum By
billion would simply wi
Leaving the military a
calculation. however, the
r money on some I'M
mplate e eliminated, it
t tyr only half of
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Social security has been,.uped $105 million.
Most of It would go to public health projects,
old-age retirement and aid to the needy, These
are grants to the states, which will oppose outa.
Aid to education has been upped by $$57 mil-
lion. This can probably be cut, as there is op-
position to It in Congress.
The President would up Department of Agri-
culture appropriations by 3 M Nearly
all the increase would go to o price up-
ports. The farm bloc being .wha t i l route wI
be difficult to obtain.
There is 81 billion earmarked for government
financing of defense plants, This could be at-
tacked as socialization of industry. But if C. E.
V Ilson asks for it as necessary, he'll get it.
INTERSIT en the public debt goes upby $175
million, and nobody can do anything about cut-
ting that.
President Truman asks that general govern-
ment funds be increased by U mIllion. Cut
them all out, and it still woludnt inak Get
In the budget.. .That ts. the tragedy of so msay
well-intentioned efforts to economie on govern-
ment spending. Cut and out and cut sOme more,
and It still leaves a whoppq l g/t
This shows up in the Mdgotfsel eq I'I Iet
130 items on which cut-backs wef 2mS totti
Ing $6 billion. Three of the items accounted tOr
84 billion of those savings..
The rest were divided about equally between
Items cut by less than $1,0 eah, by between
10.oo000 and $1 million, and by between $1. t1-
lion and $300 million.
Cutting Civil Service Commlsion rmby 77?,
- or cutting Interstate Com neree OStm -I i
786000 can be repeated endleON. It M-lL. do '
save the government any onad table sums of
Somrne of the million-dollatr. cut loot ik M s-
sive by themselves. Rural ltr atlon Jsne
were ordered cut back 4I W c ". Flood
ntrol was cut back by 4 and s
Se;Reclamation by $73 ml .to
states for hospital coastruast
$ ll And on. ., ."'
This Is meat-axe a
bufdet that is $52 billion = nI
i M il. for anon.i0-
amount will require

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against Comm ni .. : .m
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whom I once delivered new ad thi Joe i Ieo
a pair of shoes al carefully al -rltid
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25 9 "'" 'SUPj'B'u-O IU 2A TRALtDAD FRANCENAV o rsact iaveo de M
DMI- TO DE "n Una rev.sta,'no so o -"Lmeme rosd -d .ne.r
a T pRAcL5WttI XRITICO boy suiB

A ACION .DE CIUDADANO, .a mdae I depenM, ao
jrnerDMIosENTO DE *urn t unsra revista,'n lao sno le-toore de no e b rB dopu a
srlamente ml ep esa eltiml l a ts a led ea onll dl ea tir e Is rel r

nes neaacionaors conndetetasuntolscus bitnc en Lou t Jp sWqP cr
nfis Cona Itus 6a estin conr gw .f.ta_ as gnlar ene udrn ra e blecida tMundo. l- d..

cpiiretad ei buiatoe as q t de i na pElraliqu otad Unidoas que vnuiro e I dr- Gbo ..---
eens olepatei P rspeto ser hqe noiea ue nrea anosub os ioor
fajerom sltam &ente cladqurira n a stameid Dnrald dea o meepur
Tan oun om oe siblhrpar&a doarmS, alIt
nmdnpreslonado esto, que no er1u- peaar de 10 i iental,- L
lIcy reglamente los detalles para ultimar Ins ges. do Ia tentaclsn de un comen- vlan.- 'uta lamoi e s .

Lo sucedido en este caso es algo bastante co- enero: esno e.que la trLero t n, baa hairte du-
e, n drelacionadamecon este asuntodece tambin o apoyado en aqualoe d- i a d o Is MundiL.

S otras gestiones dentro de las diversas activida- o ne l sen- .

dte. del engranaje gubernamental. Y esto ocurre ea educ Itandoes que ncuenne S h2" tea WASHIN.JL Yeg $1 8'3
4--eristen ciertas dific ltad es que confrontan log rearm en lacirn cunstd oanciam L Ob Plun a D

itereas complican obla cuestien y dificularta de naturazaci6n tados Unidos que hen claro -l riAKioqutin a ., a .
Sel cumphmsolicitada Pareceptosr que n ritue nales be de la cae de Frano uerra alo re- lones dll d

uet per su naturalea tienen un carta cter defini- nine tada e n a ee on l cir mnl to n I, .r C--S- UCVa WOeS ra
dorma absolutamente clara en este sentido,e o cual tas mas leidos -Drew Pearson. S- t o dquoe p Ien -nidas qu flquen de agre- Ati t s r.
o ntribuye a determinar, en cierto nveniente que ha In ado unSp eer a-h Ademasptaloaethn ora fustOi sro
mends: Ia de que RuslaN Ut*Utztel Pod eco-"."%W"
lonamieto v isaran la o menos defectuoso en lospque preparada pars una guer eran|- s o .a uer ritno. La y
refiere a esta implfcarlose de tramitaciones la rigidez d se incla ar detro decla en orm- cu- la

: Borma establecida en el articulo 10o. de la Cons- Sa rea me tr 3ne... china comunu a.. r esa aSe. one sorJ bn Se S
Lsucedido en esla R tecaso. ess10 algop mo lastante co- eneAcheon eloglro: esto es.ue tercercrdo la ca del De- S i
LE' q a t1ee t a d phabitants.6au-a a .

1 .- Este comenta'rio no tiene per objeto formular mos aos, ide0150ie Pa delpads la r sa ref aagS a
9,riisn desafortunadamente, pucs acontece tambi ndeparguerra elbun4dial del silo xx s dlix ac a ru.

o inic propane poner de manifesto una anomalf nomia ren loa preaupeto, i alente la e p .i
e alotras gestiones den tro de as dversa activida-tr onven pe udad de la co d fte de d

ese luego- no debe continuarse incurriendo en abdue tmno -siran nei 1 .epoi h- i ,
del engranaje gubernamental. Y esto ocurre ea d nifcultades a iencugi ;ai ante I s P- WASHINGTON, As DE I-A .WIA yo ai .ids-s. ne W

Alas demoras que las que justifique la necesidad mano de obra en los campo8. qulents lpa braso de mar -nll a "ta de od to del Y io ga ".
si siempre porque las' leyes secundarias impre- el rearme parten -me a*teid': V buena volun:o do. Dean AchmO, dIUr6 ana g s
SHay que oomplican r en cuesti6n y dificultan en muy prac- a mel hnformes a quenre lois aventd a"ra, necea- d d o rat ampara de .s;. n

to. cual es el de *que, enando los interesados en- ymnd T edntanea ^^os lia. ee QuIer h i -Itrn Cn lao depid d OW. d
bra hcereferencia-c deo Fac clones Unidas --lf o"ts- VMS a.... "...
uentra n el cumpncionamiento de preceptos constitucionales bca- ejercto en los hombres en loca. uerra algo re c es ease do e les reerd qe la rtado de
udos, preuru naturalezrtos, tienen un icter definiosos, com 6st hombre dfal "la mistica de ConteIta estainse untas pe- GeaLa h s -.. am acusnrtones W0 areseon 1

* per ejemple tratar de obtener una resoluciscncen favo- ueconniel eats. a 1oo imosur *m Ofnc ina Pr- cipal de la EU prSSa, AveU rICUs duIS
*.nire y supremo. noae. coodo eat, ~osa a* Is molucln do oer nortoemerscniin i6i' que na::- la .
Se t de od Ese partldo ha organzado brelo en- unidad d l muno n oUndas Aclue cslifkun dB re- -

-no masoitue oe mar- nueotauones pachen3 y an- trara ea, co- *O P} *I SOpWMii aj 0 89t mteue ea 14n
post existre. *un e Einarlsta en repetlnas oca- mo nos as dtl .o. i l. 1
de Naturalizac de que n, seria muylas convenient queancias 10 il, n jm qrls ertan s6Io AAd emas t lldIo t9 nwn i aMr Chin* Ile deiindiferontonhaysguor.raMdm IMIsa,.o
trmites de Caa de Naturanlizaci6n aUan di eo e hce s respectiantas-. no hays uerra prepararlaec anb s quodosea Iopna d o r
om151noled c lnl 0den.dAe a .podri corre-a IornzaldeMaoV ngen]aores-
fin ultadesimplificarlos dentro de ]a rigidez del, pero co- oU eEstaiundleponc lhsadotome otu me aba ncte- 0 W.oem ni oao-
no querma establecidampoco earticulo par de s a Cons- ma del rearme francIs e m,, aco- ,pre- Ache p o*I S3A3aIwOd SaS onIAlto i
;Este comentario no tiene por objeto formula timos ais, do ab1940 ,em1950,en- guerra "S-ado ipen e anb aer sbe upand on a tO Lo Oe ia Noa a it Ua o dmoe A S,.b
er comerrndaciones detalladas en torn al tems. Tano sumnistrieo i n r -Unspidindan Mndos apta- -ndo: n *P d p
Siloan sonialenaod prsp rae ta, si tdelm0Oobla .-6Wn *4in i. -ar;
Suealguuasvece pe registrar en Paonanm ao y que, trigas y convenienclas pr polltas- ,t rrible ets fracon- .rAdod la a pn tlt o
de luego, debe continuarse incurriendo pdi caleron una lnodenucclo s e inal dM Le irohiateon": "Prn-
ks s olicitudes en referencia, debe tramitarse sin clamaba la juventud epars. a iNa oa arde losoa JIAtaC
mhis demoras que las que justifique ]a necesidad mano de obra en los camPi., quless agi brazo de marA n CO do n
Con esto !oquo deberia cons- prot 29No otroa, can nuestros 5 &to duoM .At goa f cno .da? a
de ley. tituir el e del rcto fran- ce ". .
Ha que tomar en cuenta un hecho muy cier- cs. elhombre ntre los vent --- vdo ap
to, cual es el de que, cuando los interesados en- ya 'alotrina quoabnromie, a 'ppcon ter h ot a Cins. Ldo smclonse

ce' ieencia", esto es. de los que w paro PanrAuc.e.. Fr Se do. de ^ '
cuentran un funcionamiento defectuoso en estos ca- ej6rcito en log hombres centre lo sd Mo.s lno de Iu ared -Aulea d

unlcorutrre ,,srlaad' d-t Z IN C E l P a noaem : 1 o -
idos recurran a ciertos expedientes viciosos, como stos les fal0t6 "la mistica de Contests ostas *gunta pe- Geaji de m tub'booq,.I" Riacuflcio-s do "agresi6n .as
or eempo tratar de obtener una resolui6n fa gia uc' sin tenemo 10 a mim dolq
Sd ee oln r qa tones se ln operturenaI desl CAMdinS PARROW
bemos quo ni todoF los nteresados haue usto, ni Afds5s ii aItitud del.par- ae. US ,uaCo-. nisl Nore.No. '7,el Lunes 29 de Enero, nitan, wyPa6 router

O)19 Eslufas de kerosene de
tido coot fSurtdo =&-nahit. 'a mcamletg
abl m Biecletas "Viking" Y 8 Ibla y do er.
Su-cribibndose hoy mismo en nuestro 10la8le laoso a C A IISA S
able m t de 50 Sem n s reaI De ego, sa- t c ta la maron. "Arrow", esVan 7p.m.", "Manftano
poc aioa-con a Innegables con os-preror a noche Su-la15O, on Ins 7 p.m.
t e i CALLE FINAL SOMB ROS de FIELTRO rg"i.tebonrr..n

Avenida Central 91 ica na n en
Igualmente es tambin oportuno que quede ones duante oos t loss me- 1870. de 1914 y PA prOR A w",
de ue no todas circus ncia s. Los vaes d Thorez Ru- arado ha- unMana ..- .
ancia sla se han multiplicado@. rb sgliInl
Le trimites de Cattas de Naturalizaci6n hallan di- Un aspecto quo hsce ms preparer v r, ol or- uoasqeuia anb o! uoa opaunal og A-'
d i i ego co licada ha situscl6i as is den de Is I 'am's
flcultades o deficiencies en sus gestiones, pero co-comprobacl6n par el Katado1t Icebate. "plunad,
Mno quiera que tampoco esto parece ser uniforme, Mayor 4e Francis de quo entire Porque .due- p u S3H300d P3lu -IAd" L "-I:
Saconejado qe e dit medidas teg6ricas lm detenilos en os motines clos la p qpuj a,,dsnisue iNlH Jo 3Va 3119...d """
pacifists, no filtabn lomen-' uarual, ad al...s quo b as uupand 3Ou 01 so3 uoaso j.,
pra corregit Ia snomalla en euesti6n. tos quo "no eran ibtls. ei advemorlo B presidiA S
Eran mociallstas, proul, kistas simpre y ane j S "ispo lujidm [ap u d usousm O..-o.
cristianos, mioembros Gd .La Ju- imte". iod uetuawadaz AVl oplpmr lf -"opSI"
vantud Cst6llca Y do Ienc- Pars mii s terrible eta fra-
IAxtudsCRadicales a de>v aO mse final doeL iP"rtinfl: "Iran-
de conscience". El Estado U-a, buen neso3lo con I ivida de IoJs 01HVLLMM2MS 13
EmN rtu EXISTEruNmlA 'yor tenla razonesa pas Usm-i ranceses".
EEAI3U KIEtarse i& comprobar el aumen-'''-l VO.
to de las "objeclanes de con- do-- I anSa pola
clencia", esto es, do Ian Ps Pam".... Frles,.

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I* ninscrito hasta ahlawa ":

* interns 412 maestras
0 macstros en Santiago 'e

....El Director de Educaci6n Secundaria, Profesor -
'i rancisco Diaz, nform6 en la maflana de qr1"q I
a u-gin telegram enviadd de ra Escuela Noiftald .. .d .*
S SAtlago por el Director de la misma, don Vicente AWe Tt p
Bayard, s6lo queda hasta la fecha cupo para 200
:maestras y 100 maestros, debido a que seo ban ins. .
crito hasta la fecha como interns 412 maestras y
Ta eb6 se nos inform6 en el Ministerio de p ie ni a a
:Educaci6n que los cursos de verano se iniciarin el o.
i*19 de los.corrientes y que nombramientos de pro- .
jfesore, serin dictados de un moment a otro. Anton, ,era 24 I.
Como saben nuestros lectores el In.tituto de Direcor de El
Verano. atiende anualmente. a mis de mil maestros "'EL PANAMA AMRICA" l
It am La aFamosa ReAlcjd dc qee
rin grado que durante el verano estudtap para ob- deal 1atmo1a N ReS Alcaldh dLU
:tener su titulo. Lo cual logran despubs de aprobar PanamN. conlderacion
:'- plan -da estudio. do hDe nueron deso-Lo hnE C niracl6n '
S una serie de materials debidamente catalogadts en y apreclo: n Iedr O is t'.d
iel plan-de, studios. El dia 21 de nero del tro on. '-
planA ea t u .urso, en la paigina 4 del prestiL o c h weE 9 Alwe d4 Anw qu
F Pllgini a cargo lre JOSF A CAJAP ESCALA gloso rotativo que Ustedes sirven, l0 o- t6n nos-a- dri gldo% igulEn- ".
apareciO un articulo del Corre- rrsq ULU dto ara xs y licor; ni contra la olra rI te cartea O AQ. a ra
..a1l Viajero, JOBS NORIEGA anSptie nI apagone m locales a lo Panama, enero 14 de 1951. .
C R IU C IG R A M A .- H.F**."Cu 8l a J99 ".a- dit s rlhslmadoraiade ma- tristam. frantwUa. A fl, tS oie tea
Slo de "EPE.CTAC O DP n- o A y rv61veres con mefista. Ninun- -0,, e Director de o aI1 do it -
MENTE TUVO LUOAR EN EL ~i t adam. Nadie "ene ilgo Jurado La Voz del Interor dos 10 l o cl e
CONCEJO -DE LA POBLACION dtar nad; losabenel vincia Herrera. -MIil
"lo sbANTONELIDIe".LComoqtle- mLAtia dl ; ao I PANAMA AMEWICA. v i ebo. Rit-
1 Ila- 7DE ANTION XL DIEZ".Como qude- MAlcide torque Ministro eamPresents. mo que,'- Ca It-
ra que el menclonado articulo n ataer a un muer- Ilo Alba y otro Js lstimado" eofr lJa: Pr medo f
-no es otra oosa que una saerie do to ., e! actual Al- particular han O Ruego so mesrva darsebid; wW: t -o t t, at
4InJuriEa, calumnias y alsedades, c D, V Ii P., es un nosotros.. ais pae-te urv pr s P b t -,.if I
he has con el fin as presenter m a un arma mu- Finalmente, Sefia Diector, le deamentr loque re"pqeats a mirar .l .1W-S aY t tta t
coma orates ante I oplnl6n pfi- choqu todaa lasl riomoa que en 14o ) ceavo no se persnai l a 3 sf 0 Tt 6 Nrlcte ClOD Y. el
blica a los Concejales y hombres d : las justicia de deq esorprender en.w bso
fi P Ibres que tuvimos csa noche el nleuy l opinl6n hon- a in de evitar p l'on' H., qulen omq corresponsali 9UI
ieblonubinaIdeEevLter Olbf i o l
v18 I valor civico de rescatar para bien rad a de oate pueblo. mo esa de au Correnal Vi eV vlajero de la pgina La Von del IN t
del pueblo, el Concejo, de manos Part a to ctamos el ro, que ha indlgl I .p d Interior, pubc EL PANAMA caregr l ee vagn ra el "
inh biles, nos vemos obligadom tes s gligulentes per- Anton, porqup e nog p ti AMERICA s. el dl; de ayer to 1 SE rl El rrltorl
hoy, (aunque no lo necesitamos, Bonla, ntes: Antonio J. omo pueblo, com prein y m d1951 colar
Sptes el pblico nos conoce blen) Jad,. I de "La PA- como nacln, on #l papl de lu- Debo into ar, porque me cerle e ri lA tp 4
a desmentir el libelo injurioso a Rna d 5" do "EL PANA- gar reuldencial do "Nagpters", siento abc ad son el 61- oi6n c1 pUS vitA
ue nos-referimos. por razones de M I A", en Ant6n: don en donde no tlorll o cuitura. timo purrafo en el cuali el se- a oxpdrl David
tica v moral cludadana. Ir COre P.. Sub-Gerente la Idecencia y el woa d. queir or iegs dim. lo d reulentoa: lo. S 'tr c on
30 1) El allanamlento al Concejo do) de is cl :, Juan de Ma- abe que Anton no-as- i, no e "He aqul la vergnsoas his- Provcinesla e "la-
fue un acto legal, extreme al cual t o Buperlntndente de pole qu eai otu al toria del alto a media noche clonarhen t4 I, ol; Da- quote ,O.*..
hublmos de recurrir despuds de OblrAa relsco Garri- deprestlglo de p b part del diez de los corrientes por vd,. uGr aioeto yl t "e-a"
haber agotado todas las vias pa- do 0., l r ue sla Eacuela "Re- de su provlncia 1 e ft l. So los concejale an msolo del diocs pi tedr yen cM co- NO
cificas ant Ila ex-presidente del ptblica Domlneana": del mis- por seeo. tal ves, leas verl. Juez, eneottoa de la actual ad- rrectamente lo utelcba 4; p9o- ot tiod
Concejo. su hermano, el Alcalde, m Alcade o del Distrito. don Luls ficar la certeza e l afirmitco. ministracidn y coelgulente plan blaidba quo po0een esauelau, aI- tcrar 8MO
S1 el Gobernador de la Provincia y D. ViltgP.; de Jer6nimo Almi- pes y la honrade y mo alidad deo de aseinato del Alcalde ara red rdop 4-' pupbas mjdad Prount
tra i- autoridades provinciales y yI tg Oetavio Jain, Luciano. ns lformante que se eneargara de la alodia coma 0eds 6 McaboecerS-e e- la S
9 naelonales. La petici6n de alia- RaoI y tmuchos otros mas one Con el ru0o de quae n public el suplente domingufita, qo a BsA PrIovInciM .. Ley .
nsngentola hicnmos ante el senior ea: a. a u mfmoria. Pdte. del Cosejo -unlcla al noy el prmer suplentet del dui 2o. -- Modificar Is ons portr_
Juez Municipal, cuando s nos m en mcidmnao '1 Rafde! Cepo W m npnir. I us Alacantldn der Dtrito de A se s c6n o ts Provinel a sc a do
negaban Haves y archives del la V e.. porue n del Conocheo Mtso vue pamas he Gvo uneyRoreI Doquet eutai dndla. t itase-- alSi
Concguerra o, de lrecho que nos corres- todas la apartencias de un ebrio. dad do nuestra ms alt oan m o D S cp de i an
onde par s .nootro cinco 5). tpudleria r c par "casuli- o raciln, nos oribain toa ai horr
I maria do un cuerpo edilicle d eran gervidores da ci M mado el nrO vso mente corr.p n
r ma1yor lan ldcesmo. R end amen -n euero e oumsorn r ...... ....... -
doe stae (( rmiombros. ,oJ-oJOSE BERNAL P.. I i i..e.vrlete-s'dol du ilbitsYejm. *oi oCO68
2) NiSo d o prt-poca. Pdte. del Consejo unica l elpri., me teniuplos ent del te- t ldo -

S Letra griega. 44gua al 2 veical Puede oneblr alguna person mor de que ae ldevran ha.ta el EAaarde el to e aID strit
c" a --sr sucesos. 4~~o Igualdad de novel, Inv. que ante la present a de los A- eta del nou amto del Pr6cer General Her- C. a 2k936, Prmeroleol
S-DistraIZONTALE. --PaJar en medic del campo. ees groeron. Rpeblico se hu- ta. Naturalmente ten o e V a laft Alalda del Dmoge

Ianst rmanicaden o ------ bleran susctado la edcenaI de buscar un lugar setra. El edifi- uApten postulado D nre s-td
aindigena de Filipinas 23-Arboles legumino os. del s an r Alcalde), rreponabdad lo que empezamos a degouupar Van m
ant hond tense. 24-Ciudad antigus do Fenicla coinlimo, de lrovOarcon otra candado deovhrtudoP. que rta

Dieatruida. Inv. el senor Noriega? Acago los que que no se ha vuelto a abr hasta me incluyen com e
archare.m rclntm o"especticulo deprimen d', Adlh1no neoiu mn- l tal,
:I -Lls'sin desniveles. 2-r Debajo. que el Correxponsal pints Oe n deu ner n Conea (B). quo pAr conslgulente toucle: .--- w '**-1
i de Asia. Mun mo e ra de tirres- iueden haberse observado vaond antl m mgo d act -
S fos eg capculo 34-Arcos a r elesn quo come Ia nuetro era e un ae et o vcus tel Secretario. ad daracln quo con
'2Li#-Procesadas. inculpadas. 36-Yerno de Mahoma, Inv. leal, tonlloif& silt JUSTAND% .e-to i QuoQpO- adett Ceit dlriloundo I I-tet
--Reacuela Regionalleria, tert a entrtenoda. E par and6 VITAR ESCENA l nara el seor Nora v u men- P.D.rm com Seretaro, pr- de nutra pat

Del verbo liar, Inv. rl I Seretario Cantllo, no cnal- l ores el redo nto del Concejo le VIM I I h I en 11 do II pat
PeInacho de plum -Nombr dmu I AO obetvo. por eto merecan el mismo respq ue desn de he o un ana
1 1-D-Nuevaesrics, angel cismo. nd lontamnt, el acumo del pitodesono e nto de una casa de cua; pero ra noso-
dcat es dAg tdi Is P s di los e renuncla. Com lon hch s a present, me
"pera italuana. 42-oCfncuenta dy dos, en nflm- ia Nlonale su licriltos e amil-nlare. meutra od l as a a eo de
Partse de la cara. roP romanos. aefior etul Municipal.r el par ex-aecretro d el Coclo e er lm como su .
$ 0 -Posesivo, Pl. 43-Epoca. sailor Gonzile NR., v teonuas to- sst'e-,
-Lmetra grnega. 44-tguali al 2 vertical Puode concebir algunao per ona mor de qua e ilevaran haeta el Edardo Ct
currenclas, success. 45--gualdad de nrvel, Iv. queante la presencia dlos goA-. etrato del Procer General Hcer- a 6md. 4 l-23936, Primorr I
__---Distraea. entes del orden pblico so hu- tas. Naturalmentoe, teniamos cue a Is Alcaldia doel Di
stituto Republicano oeran sucitado ulas acna de buscar un melugar vseuro. Eo diifl-' At postulado ait

Cat albn. Inic.Y lanarquia, de irresponsable eudad y otop6 a que empezamoola desocupar
E ondimento, Pl e. d cinimo, de las cuales ehabl- ue cerra dobe petr l. a Mididtr, devirtads Plua*
a--struida. Inv. el Tadefo er Norld ega? Aco lo caquoa que no se ha vueltoea eabrir hasta me lncluyen com-lA -
K-Naturales de un lugar all actukbam ao no sab amon ha. 1Mal nuede entoncea, yo, que nunea. .rhai
p-lat nuestros debeLres y d ereh de- haber tado ablertoh t el me- TU AMOR ME GUIA! un-s. rsoe ,
buste o trampaA rechoas que pratendi6 sarnmacr en diodia del 11 de hnero, v menos. tal..
aode Asia. un mompnfQl,|raydoirres-ouedenhaberseobseradnvaoA
1 -Roge alat o ballerina. triton. cuando rpand6 a detoner I nara el senior Norle v a us men- I IA PA
-.l verbo liar, Inv. -ecretarlo Cantillo, no conal- toes el rerinto del Concejo le
X -.eI verbo ir el colmo del desconocimiento de una casa de cita; powr pars nono-
Lr sa.sus funclones de autoridad? ES tros. celoasos de nestro buen
-Creclda deun rio A probable quo olRraupito de ami- nombre, maestros don do ellos, o,. H l1s i ..d1fou
.-Rio de Francla. gog doel Alcalde, (Rafael .maI V., este recinto es oh aimbolo de la ds recibirin propuestas on piloge oorrado on iW Dmeepa. is.mn4ms
A 1.0A otro mIaza. de oficio tractorlsta, Autonomia Municipal, que elta- /"
Ijlp-Bcea- .....NBolivar Patiflo y uno a do famml- mon dispuestos a defender contra che dei Mininro dorae isbosre- Pbie pr l en1
MVERTICALES A lea m), pensaran qu esate todas isa aleldadas v arbitrari- ci6n del nuevo Hip6dromo Naclonal.'
M .;-MovImients nenviosoa Avueblo e Iec lodia seoli gurober- dades de los hunrfan, de emo- .ypn
4ress do ahora ndo capihoasmente, sioemreo l6n. respaldo y simostfaqa popu- Lam uspucifloaclonem y piaos podrhn ebtenero
t 4--3obrenombre. leay particulars y queonunea ]aacalumnla y la. ment-sprars
2 'Diona griega. habria una voa o una actitud de vor si pueden sembrar vientoa. Conutrucci.esdo sits Mihtorlo, previa dopteto do
nquo de plateros. nrotesta. Pero no equivocaron, olvidando que elios mismos ca- B/200.00.
'--Nombre do mujer. norque cuando empezaron a me- aerharin tempestadue.
--perficiales ter ruldo. a provocar ekw/ndaho, 5) La ubicaci6n Politics de ca-
:.-Unt6n, coexistencia. nadio del pueblo los acompafi6; da uno de los quo sotuamos aes Panamd, 12 doesncre do'19 1.
S--Ortopedil, Abv. uno de ethos fue a dar a ha Poll- noche n ds tionen iuo ver con
o-Zlagle. alabe. eta y elresto._al vertoato. opt6 ,I&situacidn, Mutcipal quenonens
-ngorda un animal. par callarse y lueso retirarseo oassl6n reesatamo. do manos MANUEL V. PATINO
Eacuela Republicans -3 Nadle, a excepei6n del Al- ineptas. pars bien dqlVueblo. AmltMiniet s de Obra Pdblios -
C1Pse de tela portaban armas e C onhe. ani a- apoo y apoya, cuanso 16 unldos T



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01memelas Fir TelTu ln m cuortos., lot rond ean Pueblo fctas condlciones. Coll H1 N. a Aparlar d .- lf'
pine el.pas el se m dei Nuevo, antre ra.rretra. Infe- Tel. 4-2948. InCr o-
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nkhe enve Ilese. $ E a l S5E VENDE: GANGA! 1386, Coldn. ;
V15 ap SE VENDE:-O aceptan propues- 1935. Magnificas eind.dbts.
a' al Joan Pmro, Tl. tos pare arraridaminlo per Can- Llami a Dominguez a.02-071. g,41L 3Apart&ment en
ftrato, Plas c"rt el.l tate 2445, PanamA. lofinal y call@ 43 d"
1668 metro Calle 5. ViSta Her- --3-0140.
F ~DEN:- eatlas hedo mesa. Inf6rmise Novededeo La SE VENDE:-Ford Di Luxe, mode-
; jGibdin a L.4.75, ante B.8.50 Invasi6n. Tel. 2-2071, "Phcardi". Io 1949 de 4 pucrtas. Call 51 .-En el nuevo Edificio 0 r
STroplucal Warted, a 8.4.50 on- Est No. 2-A. f Pcl El Ponami, n m B ale
te &.8.50; bonitos ,corl. Ekar 5E VENDE: Pandrrla y Dulcorleo S Vd un chlico.
Tropical. Call 21 do Emmep No."SEdV, Cevroleticbup ".d,
drAv im n 10, Manuel Seris.. do, Chivrolet, buenala
-. a irr cibl eiir blnI r B.400. Cla. Dulcidio n apartamentos
I tldtlo Gnzirs.FKbrl do OFRICIMOS IN L YAU, chalet brica de Mosaicos. Avenid Ca. a Prae n para hombr so- -
Ce M rua Aveid Cuba No. IL P. d e2 rba r n lo' na 1 No. C. 4 .- n@k 4lcl.Avnido Cuba. Lame
incluyendo occiones del ecueducto I A5 en V noche. Srto. Aries. oe sa qu la
S ENPE-Adquiero mus tiquetes y plonta eldctric, ,olamente .,- S ECESITA laC you rt.,. u ""% Odade na
S d Rife de Leons, por Sl- 00.. lnf6rmse, Wolff y Cia., -modo y ventild
do lo Rif&nt9 Los.LacinsprS reclin pinod y- re- Can al
:; dt I Clubg an La Casandel Pon- Calli So., No. 22, Tel. 2-2388. Domistdeoj 2cwn'. pne o D Bt a pmamr 5qm
.taln. Si no s I gone pagando B .",Do0"a48N.______________ leRI #-Ci 48 No. 22 Irfr- l O o rmW
1.00 cenonal durant. Dace Sema- SE VENDE:-Sol6n de B "Do- SE NECESITAEmplead p48 No. 22 Apto.

2--.ENrE" -L. cua Prfae A ba-g EN. ,. Cl l ...e_ A^^e lrO ]c)^li
1.00 semanal d te Tv% Doc@S.m LaD
.. tNEs tombin- 500 Ieintregos terre. rater uda Plaza Aring. itc, servco general.o. fer SE A ApEn Vistamentos de ruore rn e atI r
t. e Tel. 2-2543. duerma on ia empleo. Ca I Jo1 O ml.t0Agq un ia dos recPiarras fvt, Ipolea o1
1VEWECo di 56 braatmaPARA LIQUIDAR SUCESION, DISIA- do Son Martin No. 10. '.e ,i. Tl.foni '.gats- a -.
Ao. Cia. Dulcidio Gonzlcz, F Vibri- SE ENTA INMEDIAoAdora. oe C SE NECESITA:-E mpleado. ervi e i 2-0ik. Tlfo 3-02s76.Dart. D& Vopa

Sa DVEN@bE:-Ta.adr doro nueva, De.. crob .e egodo pua p Morelo. T.lfono 3.07.7. E ALQILAf;-Paro ea lo. d. Fe- |
.ca de Momalros. msa d 4 aportamantps No. 22. Ca- de ca. TDe rrabe darii e Ave a Aparta-mentoen San .b d pmle n omeo

S Blb lie 48., B Vista, hga su of el rts p C 00 Cl t 13 ste y Avenda .
-.SE VENDE: residnci o nida anuel Ycazo No. l. .A. UrbO Tl. 2-602. formss OS
SE VENDE:-Platiufrma dnue hacer bl Wolff- rand modero, cn terreNo. 22. nizVci6n Camp A l a lColet. m ea s ataW
truck. Call H No. 18. T"Bel. 2- Tel. 2-2388. Idorm Casolie an o. 5oalina SElonrJosh, Via00rtmn- @&L do ii
SAve 4 2948. S :-L rrurley SE NECESITA:--EImpleada. 4Coll E 4 i6uI .oe. 2.rBeV COis. ed o aefi
eN. No. 22, Aptm. No. 4. B1. S Al-' IL iN:ta.porfomes do
-SE VENDE: iqu VENDE:-I00 isetros terra, rroteraI la Valcara. Situeda- i .to yar omeno par_6_re te f la.
Cwrcsqullla, co stdm Escuela Puer- call 0II Oest No. II y Ave. A. SE NECESITA -Uno bunera e- 2.E no ame pr telefono. p0
to Rico. Ornos ofertas condo. petrplead amiia ArTene ue drmir SE ALQU Via -elisorio Porro s fi- quo us en os
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,Avendo 3C. Sr EoartO V Eo, SocaooE VENDE-Bien ituda borro tuna recm ce 2-1602 .. o. No. Lv o ia o hi.
Scorn espejos dos puertas, afr si Co-los. Telrono 1 Porque Lefevre. Informed -07i. Ob iU de bo elB l t o p atl o

ILA:-Curto mulado. c 20 Es 3. Infrmese lli. Te.- Alm4 d --r 6r beto, prtamentoslfono 2uevo1421 hub una tiempoen n a
cesorias di madera. Case 752-C. Tel. 2-022-/. si. T ehije f9M. M iii imea.o ealel-comedor par B.60. a!do. pueblo pmado,

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Sim Uqua de lc l ds -pl. e 00 Cb 13 Oemre y AvenidW Poo a d fie
2alba. SE VENDE: SBanta residencia, i NcN 24, m ie so mie, ael T61..21 nt 602. O StEL I *

SVENDE:- tuin L- oro don mherbloe- grande. ,mdena, con tdrreno cosif extero Vista.. e
', 5 di concrete marco "Besser" todo crreter Cintral. Informs LA-Elegante aprta n-

d am hos standards. Avenda s 4 Fmiiato Binn, oAguadulce. SE NECESITA:-Empl. CallCalle S6 Et A N. 4 Tel. S cresn mr a srvin ,a
udi tEst 1, Aparta Clle Cl a N. 2 Nmento 6, Be- P I.h y c lnito. Infoarmeas perso- W b a
'.SE ALU"LA:-xuarlo con mumbles. nl Vista. ro ofino loHermosa,2- cidntrices en A r dnB75r yCoalCh T hao de tal y Crel que no W 1 y

M MISCELANEA SE^ VENDECs d- Cs ps, pa SE SLQULALoca rc a Lmnwnoe
ia daoro. 2-048. do para t service casu lodm S itp. 2 hf mo rto mn tO Po seteo, elUds carga o qua

t Aria, carniceria y rlfrosqule ro. 151. Pr ne Coll o. Cell 50o. 14, S qum L r a a CcmomtW coalo a. No. b t n1tool
ALQUILA:-C-uorto amueblado. le 20 Este c. lnfdrmud e alli.sma caTo- nue y Tir. Llm ne fo Te. tCOrS hublers e mo ntler 0'
3,., c-se 43 Apt.. C. Z, -n245 n. ALQUILA.

g REPARACIES ts de de plantoboio 0440 dt 2 a 5 p. m. A *otar 00.00 de de Auc-I1o01* d 1" *
J -Cuartos conntrdad VENDU ,SEALQUILA:-Ampio apartamento oPro h* i t Soeu pdobun uIn Sa Phn I.

1AOUW r-Pntor d cas cn rent DINlescuel bonito ote d crcutcro'reo y scrmr.cios d lfon ntetan la au- ga r 'otbnntdo Ba n.e 0 .H lO el.
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AL LA- t refgr avender rphad2omente y por onto I SE ALQUILA-s locales. Pri e eDRqontrato Ave. "B" Nod. cei68 i ta hbe 46a ddi SSS tf l de h e3
Jorio "L vi a su clfono Esic6n v le lla Vista. y segundo altos d ca N. SE AJILA:Dosportments, 2 "hobe trbjdor do sua Tel.i 2 298d ts r o C-4 X
2" R2945 eroIt. Mi, 1-1215 103 di Ia Avenida Central. Pro-. .,re chra, sela-oemedor, en No. 3FA RM&D o DonJn ha lognadO h ll.urn. new ahaem as..N40s4

Ssirvn retirSr sus joy-s Cle 9 Lome a P arodes rol Tel. 2-1109 en l de B. u.250to000 e00 no potr B. 1u. a88 -e e e d h i rSanh
SE AntU IsbCur 8066 Apto. 5, po r hrmuebl s de ofcino y despus c muy b. Infer5.000.000.es00n los i- V. Studio.mismoe. PANAMA 4I eet a as. o 1 U I1
S balc6n, hombs, na ca. cmente. Es-d Comisarato con tadm el equpo y jos. ie, arneso
t 77ApEE. T Tr merrancia, B.2.400.00 haste B. y a apch cn ms h a bido conduct l

CAELO7LIS M.5.o d-SEo, podu VENDO Lo fc-Scn Jop de 5 para moa.r clola, minlmo. 50 a -a La sesi^n---no-h--pr-- traUnd-A S S 6 ri & S
mtudicantrecs Apde.c S.1.400.00. Calls Colombia No. 2. E AL.QUILAN:-Exclusivomen0o pa- dALp.ILA: -Apartamento alto. et an6 tos eqtrdoan brielOU 0 ar i151 a* Jlo,
S-ALQUIl.-2139.Curto con mumbles. Belle Vista. eficin Be s locales c. ntic 2096 on stes de leo, undcato rdochara, porch, -1ecoa de -t mierth e qu no DO vsa 7
S EntrMda s:-Loada nos;.25 00 men- E altos d AvenldE Central 44 e A -7to Aosemeqna STrapich hTA-Vnd b BATERbAS daedisacrencia s Nltse1a A
banco; velocip Enesto Lefevre. Pa criodo de cerdo. deal pal comii6n pro eal. gten s. t ular- do I mund larmes Fotogrfa fi El one ti 1 dO s
Sn o; bombs No. bo2. llabi con 3 de noviembrbric, taller cnn. lrestu- Escrib3 dAndo informed sobr e T. 3- Cto ta enon en ea nte l s ui n sodaba rl l f

no., AvenidE B, 73. r onte So59 de Ponombr perien, aprtdo 1549. Pa la onwtt tn m EVER-R ADY. T. .
SCHOTEL PANAMERLCANO DEL SEN Ei6n. Consulate sMARTINEZ, vS p- PSLdrcado, don 8mn Orteg, La CWOBItap btnnca. S t w t p- ma
MISCO VALLE DE ANTONE curto a Porrs No. 58., SE NECESITA: A .ent v-nddr Comul6n hio SU expolc6n or 1
$2.50 y 1.50 didr. Ccme alto dm m co allChiriquyl N. 2, infersn Inter o de los efase de Radios. g t qu

Usmg 2emn y p9r mes. Pa r resrv- dr d *tern a Iriaoo- Av4 C-tral 27-A. ra9es Jr. Victor M. Tjira esenta u det mllove *meD
U neu l. I2 P in a d in Via ALQUisri LA Prros, San Frto- SE ALQUro ol to 6 Local c mercial on Comem 4oae a id l
ml e A4. AdqlsI. s ser csco do ao Coleta No. 151. Pira Calls CtI No. I fronts Villa- Tcr ns-.umgV-adod aw. aT._
Infermea ocudo Ia misma casa nuive y Tejeira. Llams at Tel. 3- lTaconesOoCOMO ito iefler rIiJ

tompat y etftea de ASSE ALQUILA:--Loca parse oflc!in de sn5lo lel ninor delqa=a*jtirohn A l ft
SCCPARA r A SiEIsdeetRO_ d ALULAnt --a--a- 0-1000 d bdlas 2 qufno desorn eUn bisqu -n codt.blib l

Iye 3s ul r rau T t. 314 7 7 o I -3 40 o o e C O M P R A .-y R IT S (D er ,- e f dleP rm A o L 4 C a t re. a ie i a
n- demos reuestropicas. AvenidaB, SE VENDE: En lo calls pr tidpal prLImer caluaod an r li COrUlt Caa ell pa.lln de pOr I ? Ul'. ..

90s formularios de lo Solicitud No. ai Vr s la libre nera S (uer can. *__ V Flro td antM el sonstroSB o on*
S81. en l of.cin del Suerinten tdad Pm S rt qu 808 reado abl evado el pai Aia
_._..y._._. del delicioso VALLE DE ANTONd. ocionVdclonau as, cieloreso y p*st c otr.v ga en for- c1rooM i6 a asucn t- Al 3 -
3. SI. eOUWE-Pnor dsi coasr u. Sfr ontE a a escuelo, bonito lots de acstiom rvi de arots OE OA.6n is u
tretista. coneljas tdcnico s. goran- t ire de p 4er0 sfe rn, n ya y da limp;eza. Edificio Marrinzt, ta- I M A i l BOde.00 coade ns..sIAsloa
t n i scouts rtis podese sutir d ague del l6fono 2.0610. bon s.mapdo tie zsnfieuto cque rants-6=

Joyri "Lny" vis. u cli noo oert B..o. Afesdaz. uSE NECESITA cas dequd o l.210.00 'e onrtrato to dt a, am igift' on2toc h
S pnais. reultoaf peor Is sums Tel. 2-2988 03do0 dlstribuy bd.'f si. JlAaSI aPm
ma msirvan rentir sus joyas Calls 9 Liame a Paredes al Tel. 2-1 109 an d L -n S6 dtm.M d bil
Santa Isabel. 8066 Apoe. 5, par horas de ofcino y despuds al Tel. ie n 00 0.000.00 ec nomarlmen- PANAMAA*A* loctig d.' W3-o --- su C- ,
od aenIcemhmbres5yP.erl.M0 doe todueON yl Ar. n
S tras1 lodoa Pde roi.s de a 3- 04.fombras, tb de plnchr mama Avfei NO nu be
O y 30,00 Pie Li ie todo priducto SE NECESITA:-Trp pchche cn motor diroel o dros frttculos I nd, : Sh 4 labia Oeeabe u o *.
.U(eda) de tromas o sea domenramol c, minmo g. Lasi6n de anoche fu pre- ____traas Casa 4F a Z3S. uand, el td C a la .e
eror lPaeciosnSVENDO.addaS-rdet65longs hora. Avisar Tel. 3-1203Ia aldida par eltViie-Presldenae trgPn6 lal al, cU t
So o de guayc. n o de mbos I Lighthouse Gotdn, tolron 5- buen Bern, P. 0. aBx 2096. Panai. el h de dl cato don ni eCarlorGui-areo- ""1', a 'e ,-' Y Ur L y i
Tala o 2 oo39 o dactheaS-con sirconbuenirmo Miller, por ausenqldoelATDI]a2a. paaWdft IL a AnnA.

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d rride edur Almdonni. BI- SE VENDE: o lo d : -.- A ?i de !. G-ra
banco velocipe do; c2rralito Udo cniadaro di cerdem. Finco ideal Pd- comii6n pore lines generalem toapabjlate
nino; bombs, bortela paro oxge- ra fAbrica., taller. centno. restau- Escriba dando infarmes sorAt ex- Vleto qu ien Ienon mathen L d-Il
no. Avenido B, 73. rante. S610 5 mills d PonomA periencla, aportadoM 1549, Pena- & d is t, mue suooo- t f corn
par la tronsistmics. Precio de acc- mW. To do I& muerte de au seftor EVEOc R-READY La ecouom8dado.-onaAc4=m '.nm
HOTEL PANAMERICANO DEL LIN- sl6n. CotsultmiMARTINEZ. dv iace-m. Padp, don Srim6n Ortega, La
DO VALLE DE ANTON. cuarta0 a Porras No. 58. SE NECESITA: Agents vmndeidr Comiul6n hiso au expoulol6n par dL p rFLSJG. -.
$2.50 y 1.50 diarle. Comide a con cornet y muy buenqe refeon- intermdlade te Ios sflores Bey ara today clase de Radio.. IFW e Flif.
l Ia Carte. Procies speclalis par Cias, a base di comisl6n. Cosme- Mario Arosmeuea, Pranolaco Mo di o neio del a-a "p aado. _o .TWO
femana y per mis. Para reserve- teloa Imperial, Ave. Cumtml 27-A. rtles Jr., Victor M. TeJeirs y Seot y f mlloce- me' ,$""""
Clangs T, 2-,112 Poana ao dl- SE ALQUILA o otros.E inlosto acord6, tan aM- doe me.-pleado uu a-
IOLICITUD DE PROPUESTAS Cuss D4a o .5.00 Ia ham.. Informes *1 ImportancIAg debit er isenl- Ut Bna e an-'turm
PARAEL SUM IN 15.0DE despuim'do leam12a.aM.telifuno.da act l-
El Canal doPanamA solic. o propuos-, 3ecmras.a. doodica s' qo tV
do obir el131 de Enere do 1951, pa- oguo calienie, praco 8.225. Ocu-eSErindarte .
to Que se le suministre 8.000 pies rra Calls 49 No. .30 oallame al tfeI:1 Dana donsctorsLonaparaCr s.
cuadrodos da table lminado, di 1-4 Tel. 3-1477 a al .3444. S@r ta C40 PonamA ,,etprs 44 Ge p la

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porar a sus cludadanoe ys A ls:
a- ole demas btadias at
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.itorlo, la libertad d.buufr,
itbr y dhrr, in Itervenond
guebrnamental, Informacloae,
Soptmones con prutIndencia
e fronteras, oramente, por s-
Srit o omprents, en forms de
-rte o por tfJ m Timai
Sauditivos d Au
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'en el.p. da w. uo dia.
rimWnar luna con-
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Celebra to colonial
indostuao de Col6n
su fnh cl6sico,

C OLN, sero 26. (AM). -
El ed ereo tndostin en esta
ciudad peanecerit cerrado to-
do el -t 1W. tentrasn laI
colon* tdustanz colebri el a-
niverildo do Is independence
de sp ~ais
Be ouWple boy el cuarto a-
nlvernio die la proelamaci6n
de aIs -daoftdenu y *I pri-
mero do. pras saclbn de
la nueva ondetuIsn de la In-
dia. .
NJl a .deo Slebracliones
de la. sfi ladmatanmi en ea-
ta eluded alApe una ceremo-
nia de I sda da la bandera en
la resldela t:e o-la Ion asob
Pohoomol en la Smasft y una
recepaol6n. en el Botel Wash-
ington en la-. noc de 7 a 9
A est acto has sido invita-
dos, oftealea 4et- oblerno de
Colon y CdftiWbal, uorpo Con-
sular, altos oflalea do la .Ar-
mada y la IMarna y personas
rromlnentes de la cludad de
Un ntmero 4 liestas pri-
vadu ban jDSipad para
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pout a bWeto del vapor "New
Amsterdama'; para una corta
estidia entire nosotros. El 8r
Kabn es el w.dente de la air-
tista FOucda c Co., fabrican-
tes deo la oai fajas y bri-
sleres y los vesldos de
batt "BAIMOLD8".
Duranta i etadia en el 1st-
mo elt.ohin .y au aeilftura
seru i*4eidMi por 'la Bra. N
Zapp y 9 1t...M- Enel, agenle
de 1. Astiutc Foundation Co.,
en data 7 .propletarlos de laI
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des estas que ban contribuido a que el Seven-Up
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-4 Chesterfield
El Spur Cola venci6 aye
*I Carta Vieja y el Cheut
la Cerveceria por 6-
G. P. Pie
Cartj Viej ...... 14 9 .6
Cola .......... 12 9 7
C- rfl.eld ......... 9 12 .421
Derveceria ......... 9 14 .39
Juago Paras oy
Chesterfield vs Spur Cola
Rerultado de Ayer
Chesterfield 6-C-.erveris 5
Sjpur Cola 7-Carta VieJa 6
Cop los resultados de los jue
gos celebrados ayer par la Ligi
Profeslonal, el estado de lo
etlupoa ha sufrido clertoa can
4balI de Importancla. Los pun
,rm ,del Carta Vleja quo yi
el unlforme listo parn
rittir bhacia Caracas para in
terVenil en Ia series del Caribe
sufriero-..un rev6s on asu aspl
rateones al perder anoche con-
tra los Carmelltas del Spur Co
Sia per anota eln de 7 carreras
6 y quedar ureducida au ma'
:4n a un solo.juego. Mientras
tanto el Cheateleld abando
na el s6tano ya ie : dej6 a 1i
Eata noche el Bpu&Oqla ten--
dri I& oportunldsat oe reduce
aiMa Is ventuja de los puaterqi

a+ .'- poly
.0 part- queor

t-o Jusgadet d ner
Ambos choqn oer resul
taron del agra i 1a concu.
rencia que ase C4 cita en el E.M
tadlo. En eprimer puWrtdo
Cerveceria anoto cuatro cure-
ra en el noveno epiaodio pari
pauar al conando. pero los'PA.
jaros Azules cometieron ux
error fatal en la aegunda snltac
oel noveno que contribuy6 a
triunfo de las Bombarderoa pao
6 carrerai a 5. Dries y Alona
lanzaron p la Cerveceria y
Johnson y Brewer par el Chesi
En el otro choque los Car.
melitas del Spur Cola y loa yar
quin del Carta Vieja s&a enta.
blaon en n partdo sumamen.
t. reSido y no fut hasta el no-
wndepomeio cuando los Carme
itas anotaron la carrera gana-
dora de este important juego.
Scantlebury y Clark lanzaror
el Spur Cola y Swanson y
aos pr el Carta-Vieja.
Zn la competencia de reco-
rrido de bases, el Jugador del
Maur Cola, Peppies se inpuso
Pepples marc6 13 4/5 en el re-


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5a. Carrerao

Premio: B '. 60



Se Disputan I

Primer Lugar

Prov. Ba

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SG. P. P e.
L Pinocho ................ 2 .714
Barra ............. 4 2 .70
Obesterfield Jr. .... 4 4 .50A
Caf6 DurAn ..........4 4 .500
Optiea Hon a ......... 1 .si
(:aribe ..........-.. .
Frllldare ........... .400
GranJileo ............... 0
Maflana. sabado a las 1.00 p.
m. el Estadio Olimpico, serA
escenario de otro double emoclo-
uante de la Liga Provincial de
Baseball Amateur de Panama,
fn el cual mlden suu fuersai las
novenas Cherterflield Jr. y Pri-
gidaire y an el segundo juego
e. Pinocho y Bararza.
Chesterfield Jr" v Frigidaire
Los cigarrilleros, que han per
dido atu mejores Jugadores, per
motives que t4dam 'eonocemes,
trataran do ganarsem q ptblico

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Cartbios de inrtna

4 partos de nina

r La conUends del baseball Di
tittorial ofrreor m aana saba-
do cuatro inttreuantesa partido,
entrel os equipos:
1.30 pjm. y
3.30 p.m.
Ambos del grupo Tomas Cu-
pas y se efectuarin en el cua-
dro de Santa Rita.
1.30 p.m. y

Ant6n venci6 a Rio
Hato en la apertura
del torneo de beishol
Con mareado entuslaano me
inaugur6 la Competencia de
Baseball de la Zona "B" de la
Provincia de Cocid, que com-
prende a Penonomi, La Pinta-
da. Ant6n y Rio Hato.
El juego de apertura corrl6 a
cargo de los equipos de Ant6n
y Rio Hato, triufando los an.
toneros por 13 carreras a 4 en
el cuadro del os riohatefios. Cua
tro equipose s astin disputando
ls honoree del Torneo, y los
otros dos son tos do Penonomi
V La Pintada.

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3i propran. 4. t oche B. IU s Es aca
a lai pja. Oinamdo a Y.Pai. ^o

rrazA y inCoonU
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presentando un linea s coillp- ofrelmendo los mejores partidos anco
tamente nueva. -de : dat. .
Los campeonatos que solo han -Per It9- urts. Carrera, VOLA-
viato 2 victorias en la actual LOS LANZADORES p...l...a ... e Cs.laus _. r Don Joaquln
temporada, esatn confrontano La labor de los lanzadores elema.aa 66 as*8 A... "
malg ratos por el salt a fttOtUttuldn el insentivo princi- 'D" ef nt"rea 5t T-, re" 'no B;U-
pelota rentada de aus mejo 41el double sabatino el Boca- cipal pruebs d rS a-. h Blu-UE A. _
JUadores y la inaslatenclade | L.; Rico reclente adqul- lcoqu, aoi-.._ aa con on
otros. /iSn de los campeones del en. Hip6dOr j pO arrera COTI .
Ptlgidtre, debutara como abri- Cuatro caballao f. o en o s e15ogdo AtM- 'w
Elp rimer partido de etesU d 4?ithanll do sus envios con tran inacritoe en O ltai d Ats
dog equipos flnaliz6 a favor deel ardo 3. Valencia de los el- Ia cal mam duda el. _s. carter, BABY
loa cigarrilleros por 3-1. Sg urlleros. resultoareftida o -O' 1C t.M.- tmponerse. Don
mos. Ar l tpmen as. a dd. T90 eIrNO enemiso.
FINOCHO vs BARRASA A. Roale, vuelve a enviar las Fright, NswSi2StAbr 7 na0 eSvetla carriers CHAR-
Los nariones, que lnevan ve.9 de los narizones Ito. Nutro o000 Il0,IM- eP W uttro dato. Han- .
taj. de % Juego sobre 10o ba, itra los barracinos, que de- ponerse pu ., rnder.
rracinos que estan curandoaa l fndera. a T. Garcia que eatsa uyas ._ _tt gii)len Iflbff 11 4cl oarrera; HOR;
mejor silo en la Liga ProvLl nti m lIado buen control en las 01- han aido mm"gnlias.. Tight S a pria el primer lugar.
estAn diapuestos a volver a rM- tbnau prcticas,. presents come el eomplar a ba Do Pitin tiene buean opci6n.
petir Isa hazafia del 31 de DI- tir En la und6lma carrera, LA
clembre. F PWCIO DE ENTRADAS En otra 40 a. aestelar com- ESFPAOJA po debe perder.
Picm terreno 0,25, Tribuna de piten 1om acabhais1 Isa cla.e H
Los barracinos despuas de M- 10mbna, Mayores 0.10 Menoreea entrelos oaslwUta*m a C- PROOSTICOl
ta derrota, se ban conatituldo O.0,. Cooper con el Baseball tull6n, P es, Se etl Pre POEWO-Dl
an uno de los equipos con pool- Amateur asltilendo a eatos par- tigO At m, Charla B. Athos N rONZ-TWO-KnD 7.l
bilidades al cetro de la Ligs t s. y AgrUadecldd 1-DOMINGO Muieco
He aqui nuestro pronWstcoe: 2-ELOEWA ArqulmadeS
En Is primers carrera des- 3--RISITA Taots -s
J 1. tac-a EL MCOO. Mueco para 4--DON SZZSLE Rio Mar
elaefundoMar- AOR F-ight
rniM. ...Jo- E mn I seunda tarirs, nos f-QUBU T CUtSA B. Bound
Ih ,^ *" I I uta .LOIfA.- Casabeaca as 7-PR-WIIlO (e) Atho
a 1N g # ghctnl41b llls PU a Aamn ia el contenaor. 8-POLUCICAS (5) Sensacidn
en Ii iUlaI u en s orI ulU Za En lai trra carera TANA 9-DM.T. Navj oTral
_, T V-q no de a nM.r. Fonei paris el 1-BORTJNBIA adlia
CAnRTA TOAs ru .1'a w I'i i D- '. M uSgunto ru.. 11N u F:m w o
W* tn. u ,.+ T.M,.P+ .--' 111n Inl .I ...Ia

"irnn dn el casre diWtitea-
to Maclanal y prte necen al
grupo. Antonio Sa na.
Ban l partldo de sota tarde an
el InstSuto Nacloqal chocan
San Miguel y Didor, dande u-
tarA en juego el primer puesto
del prupo de Tomas Cupas del
beasbo Dlutritorlal.
Zn el enouentro d ayer, Los
lstmenieo mejoraron su puntua-
el6n al imponerse a loo Jumiors
SO carreras a 4, bajando 6d-
a penfiltimo lugar an el
grupo Sarra del baseball Dis-
LoW ganadorea pegaron nueve
Imparablea por 3 de aum rivals.
Humberto Ayala fu el pitcher
ganador y Victor aopmai nrul-
t6 el lanzador pordedor.



7a. Para Ia comodidad de
nuestra elientela opera.
0 mos abora tanto en el
en el "SAVOY".


"D" Importados

6 Fgs.

Pool Cerra: 2:55 p.m.

... .. B. Puldo i 11

2. FRIGHT ................. J. PhilUps 110

3. NEWMINSTER ............. B. Mormo 115

4. MARISCALITO ........... E. Gumqus J1

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ga do la capital.
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causa pelotem del Darudn, pa-
rien, pra qu som un future
cercano is Provtncas olvidada
puedai ser reprentada por go
nuino valoresa d ela. Hasut
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equlpos msi peoa Uenar el cupo
requerido que a do 4, conjun-
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el 30 de Inero y para mayor
informuact a ]os Interesados
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